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REVISED REGULATIONS REGLEMENTS REFONDUS 
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prepared by the Commissioners appointed under été préparés par les commissaires nommés en vertu 

the Regulations Revision Act, 1989. de la Loi de 1989 sur la refonte des règlements. 



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USER'S GUIDE TO THE REVISED 
REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1990 

Contents of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 

The Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
contain the Regulations of Ontario filed 
before January 1, 1991, as arranged, consoli- 
dated and revised in accordance with the 
Regulations Revision Act, 1989. Regulations 
that are not of general application but that 
are still in force are listed in the Schedule 
contained in the final volume of these 
Revised Regulations. Obsolete regulations 
have been omitted from both the Revision 
and the Schedule. They have no further 
effect. 

Regulations which have been amended or remade 

Amendments made to the Regulations of 
Ontario on or after January 1, 1991, are not 
contained in the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990. Regulations which were in 
force on December 31, 1990 but which were 
revoked or remade between that date and 
September 1, 1991 are not contained in the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 
Amendments and remade regulations will be 
published as a supplementary revision in The 
Ontario Gazette. 

To determine if a regulation contained in the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 has 
been amended, refer to the Table of Regula- 
tions published in the most recent annual 
statute volume and in The Ontario Gazette. 
The table lists all of the regulations con- 
tained in the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, and all regulations filed on or 
after January 1, 1991, and shows whether or 
not a regulation has been amended, remade 
or revoked. 



To determine if a regulation has been 
amended, remade, or revoked since the pub- 
lication of the latest Table of Regulations, 
reference should be made to the weekly pub- 
lications of The Ontario Gazette. 



Arrangement of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 

The Table of Regulations in each volume 
lists the statutes alphabetically in English and 
shows for each statute the regulations made 
under it. 



A reader who knows the English title of an 
Act may find the regulations made under 
that Act by consulting the Table of Regula- 
tions. A reader who knows the French lan- 
guage subject-matter of an Act under which 



GUIDE D'UTILISATION DES 

RÈGLEMENTS REFONDUS DE 

L'ONTARIO DE 1990 

Contenu des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 

Les Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 rassemblent les règlements de l'Ontario 
défwsés avant le 1" janvier 1991, tels qu'ils 
ont été arrangés, codifiés et refondus confor- 
mément à la Loi de 1989 sur la refonte des 
règlements. Les règlements qui ne sont pas 
de portée générale, mais qui demeurent en 
vigueur, sont énumérés dans l'annexe qui se 
trouve dans le dernier volume du présent 
recueil. Les règlements caducs ont été omis 
du recueil et de l'annexe; ils n'ont plus d'ef- 
fet juridique. 

Règlements modifiés ou pris de nouveau 

Les modifications apportées aux règlements 
de l'Ontario depuis le l" janvier 1991 ne 
figurent pas dans les Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990. Les règlements qui étaient 
en vigueur le 31 décembre 1990 mais qui ont 
été abrogés ou pris de nouveau entre cette 
date et le V septembre 1991 ne figurent pas 
non plus dans le recueil. Les modifications et 
les règlements pris de nouveau seront publiés 
à part à titre de refonte supplémentaire dans 
la Gazette de l'Ontario. 

Pour déterminer si un règlement figurant 
dans les Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 a été modifié, il suffit de se repxjrter à 
la Table des règlements contenue dans le 
plus récent volume annuel des lois ainsi que 
dans la Gazette de l'Ontario. Cette table énu- 
mère tous les règlements contenus dans les 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 
ainsi que tous les règlements déposés depuis 
le 1" janvier 1991; elle indique également si 
un règlement a été modifié, pris de nouveau 
ou abrogé. 

Pour déterminer si un règlement a été modi- 
fié, pris de nouveau ou abrogé depuis la 
publication de la plus récente Table des 
règlements, il faut se reporter aux publica- 
tions hebdomadaires dans la Gazette de 
l'Ontario. 

Agencement des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 

La Table of Regulations qui se trouve dans 
chaque volume énumère les Lois refondues 
de l'Ontario de 1990 par ordre alphabétique 
anglais et indique, à la suite de chaque loi, 
les règlements pris en application de celle-ci. 

L'usager qui connaît le titre anglais d'une loi 
peut trouver les règlements pris en applica- 
tion de celle-ci en consultant cette table. 
L'usager qui connaît le titre français d'une loi 
en application de laquelle un règlement peut 



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a regulation may have been made may find 
the English title of the Act by consulting the 
Table alphabétique des matières in volume 9 
and then cross-referencing to the Table of 
Statutes of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 
1990 which is also set out in volume 9. 



Title Changes 

The Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1990 
changed the titles of several statutes. These 
include the Agricultural Development Finance 
Act (now Province of Ontario Savings Office 
Act), the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's 
Qualification Act (now Trades Qualification 
Act) and the Dog Licensing and Live Stock 
and Poultry Protection Act (now Livestock, 
Poultry and Honey Bee Protection Act). 

Minor changes have been made to the titles 
of other Acts. Regulations made under the 
former Act appear under the new title where 
the Commissioners are of the opinion the 
regulations still have effect. 

Rules of Civil Procedure 

The Rules of Civil Procedure made under 
the Courts of Justice Act are published in 
Volume 9. 

Volume 9 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 

In addition to the Rules of Civil Procedure, 
Volume 9 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 contains the following items 
that may be of interest: 

1 . A copy of the report of the Regulation 
Revision Commissioners on the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

2. The Regulations Revision Act, 1989, 
S.O. 1989, c. 82 under which the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
were prepared is included for purposes 
of convenient reference. 

3. A Schedule to the Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, which shows 
those regulations which remain in 
force until revocation or expiry but 
which are not set forth in full because 
they are not of general application. 

4. A copy of the Table of Statutes from 
the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1990 
and a copy of the Table alphabétique 
des matières. 

English and French Versions of Regulations 

Regulations that were made in English and 
French appear in bilingual form in the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. Regu- 
lations which were made in English only and 



avoir été pris, peut trouver le titre anglais de 
la loi en consultant la Table alphabétique des 
matières qui se trouve dans le volume 9, puis 
en se reportant à la Table of Statutes conte- 
nue dans les Lois refondues de l'Ontario de 
1990 qui est également reproduite dans le 
volume 9. 

Changement de titres 

Les Lois refondues de l'Ontario de 1990 ont 
modifié le titre anglais de plusieurs lois; par 
exemple : la loi intitulée Agricultural Deve- 
lopment Finance Act (maintenant intitulée 
Province of Ontario Savings Office Act), 
Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualification 
Act (maintenant Trades Qualification Act) et 
Dog Licensing and Live Stock and Poultry 
Protection Act (maintenant Livestock, Poul- 
try and Honey Bee Protection Act). 

Des modifications mineures ont aussi été 
apportées au titre d'autres lois. Les règle- 
ments pris en application des anciennes lois 
figurent sous le nouveau titre lorsque les 
commissaires sont d'avis que les règlements 
ont encore un effet juridique. 

Règles de procédure civile 

Les Règles de procédure civile prises en 
application de la Loi sur les tribunaux judi- 
ciaires sont publiées dans le volume 9. 

Le volume 9 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 

Outre les Règles de procédure civile, le 
volume 9 des Règlements refondus de l'On- 
tario de 1990 présente certains documents 
d'intérêt connexe : 

1. Le rapport des commissaires chargés 
de préparer les Règlements refondus 
de l'Ontario de 1990. 

2. Le texte de la Loi de 1989 sur la 
refonte des règlements, L.O. 1989, 
chap. 82, en vertu de laquelle les 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 ont été préparés, qui est repro- 
duit à titre indicatif. 

3. Une annexe aux Règlements refondus 
de l'Ontario de 1990 indiquant les 
règlements qui demeurent en vigueur 
jusqu'à leur abrogation ou leur expira- 
tion et qui ne sont pas reproduits en 
entier parce qu'ils ne sont pas de por- 
tée générale. 

4. Le texte de la Table of Statutes figu- 
rant dans les Lois refondues de l'Onta- 
rio de 1990 ainsi que le texte de la 
Table alphabétique des matières. 

Versions anglaise et française des règlements 

Les règlements qui ont été pris en français et 
en anglais paraissent sous forme bilingue 
dans les Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990. Les règlements qui n'ont été pris qu'en 



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for which there was no official French ver- 
sion on December 31, 1990, appear in 
English only. French versions of regulations 
are being prepared on a regular basis. To see 
if a French version has been made, the 
reader should follow the procedures 
described above under the heading "Regula- 
tions which have been amended or remade". 

Citation of Regulations 

A regulation in the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, may be cited as "Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, Regulation 
{numbery , as "Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990, Règlement {number)", as 
"R.R.O. 1990, Reg. {numbery or as 
"R.R.O. 1990, Règl. {number)". 

Organization of a Regulation 

Every regulation is composed of numbered 
sections, cited as section 1, 2, 3, etc. Many 
sections are further divided into two or more 
subsections, cited as subsection (1), (2), (3), 
etc. Some sections and subsections also con- 
tain clauses (cited as clause (a), (b), (c), 
etc.), subclauses (cited as subclause (i), (ii), 
(iii), etc.), paragraphs (cited as paragraph 1, 
2, 3, etc.) and subparagraphs (cited as sub- 
paragraph i, ii, iii, etc.). Further levels of 
division are possible, although they are rare. 



Some regulations are divided into numbered 
Parts, cited as Part I, II, III, etc. 

Some regulations contain a definition section 
that lists, in alphabetical order, definitions of 
terms used in the regulation. The definition 
section is usually at the beginning of the reg- 
ulation, although definitions sometimes 
appear elsewhere. In a regulation that is 
divided into Parts, the first section of a Part 
often contains definitions of terms used in 
that Part. 



Forms and Schedules to regulations usually 
appear at the end unless they are quite short. 



Some regulations may contain a Table of 
Contents at the beginning of the regulation 
and in addition may have an index to Forms 
or Schedules if there are a large number of 
these items. 

Headings 

Headings in the body of a regulation do not 
form part of the regulation and should not be 
relied on as a means of interpreting the regu- 



anglais et pour lesquels il n'existait aucune 
version française officielle le 31 décembre 
1990, ne paraissent qu'en anglais. Une ver- 
sion française des règlements est en voie de 
préparation. Pour déterminer si une version 
française a été prise, l'usager peut se repor- 
ter à la marche à suivre décrite ci-dessus sous 
la rubrique «Règlements modifiés ou pris de 
nouveau». 

Citation des règlements 

La citation d'un règlement des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 peut se faire 
selon l'une des formules suivantes : 
«Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990, 
Règlement {numéro)», «Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, Regulation {numéro)», 
«R.R.O. 1990, Règl. {numéro)», «R.R.O. 
1990, Reg. {numéro)». 

Division d'un règlement 

Chaque règlement se compose d'articles 
numérotés que l'on cite ainsi : article 1, 2, 3, 
etc. Ces articles se divisent souvent en para- 
graphes cités ainsi : paragraphe (1), (2), (3), 
etc. Certains articles et certains paragraphes 
contiennent également des alinéas (cités 
ainsi : alinéa a), b), c), etc.), des sous-alinéas 
(cités ainsi : sous-alinéa (i), (ii), (iii), etc.), 
des dispositions (citées ainsi : disposition 1, 
2, 3, etc.) et des sous-dispositions (citées 
ainsi : sous-disposition i, ii, iii, etc.). Des 
divisions plus poussées sont rares dans les 
textes législatifs. 

Certains règlements sont également divisés 
en parties numérotées, citées ainsi : partie I, 
II, III, etc. 

Certains règlements comportent une disposi- 
tion qui énonce, par ordre alphabétique, la 
définition de certains termes utilisés dans les 
textes. Cette disposition se présente habituel- 
lement sous la forme d'un article placé au 
début du règlement, bien que certaines défi- 
nitions puissent être placées ailleurs dans le 
texte. Dans un règlement qui est divisé en 
parties, le premier article d'une partie con- 
tient souvent la définition de termes utilisés 
dans celle-ci. 

Les formules et les annexes qui font partie 
d'un règlement se trouvent généralement à la 
fin de celui-ci, à moins qu'elles ne soient très 
courtes. 

Un sommaire figure parfois au début du 
règlement, ainsi qu'un index des formules ou 
des annexes s'il y en a un grand nombre. 



Intertitres 

Les intertitres d'un règlement ne font pas 
partie de celui-ci et ne doivent pas servir à 
l'interpréter. Ils ne servent qu'à faciliter l'uti- 
lisation du texte. 



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lation. They are included only for conve- 
nience of reference. 

Historical references 

Every section of every regulation in the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, con- 
tains information to assist in tracing the his- 
tory of the section. This historical informa- 
tion appears in the form of a citation, found 
at the end of every section and at the end of 
some subsections. A citation indicates the 
origin of the provisions between that citation 
and the previous citation. 

For example, the historical reference 
"R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 1, s. 1" appears at the 
end of section 1 of Regulation 1, General, 
made under the Abandoned Orchards Act. 
This means that the provision has been car- 
ried forward without amendment from sec- 
tion 1 of Regulation 1 of the Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980. 

The historical reference "R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
1, s. 2, Sched. 1" appears at the end of sec- 
tion 2 of Regulation 1. This means that sec- 
tion 1 and Schedule 1 of Regulation 1 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 have 
been combined. 

The historical reference "O. Reg. 172/90, s. 
1(1); O. Reg. 294/90, s. 1" appears at the 
end of subsection 1(1) of Regulation 5, Fees 
and Expenses — Justices of the Peace, made 
under the Administration of Justice Act. This 
means that subsection 1(1) of Regulation 5 as 
it was made by subsection 1(1) of Ontario 
Regulation 172/90 appears as it was amended 
by subsection 1(1) of Ontario Regulation 
294/90. 



Some historical references contain the word 
"revised". This means that the language of 
the former provision was significantly 
changed by the Commissioners who prepared 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

The historical references do not form part of 
the regulation and are included only for con- 
venience of reference. 

Interpretation Act 

Readers of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, should be aware of the 
Interpretation Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. 1.11. The 
Act contains a number of provisions that 
apply to the interpretation of regulations. 
For example, the Act contains definitions 
that apply to particular words and phrases 
used in all regulations, unless the context 
otherwise requires. It also contains provisions 
that may apply when a regulation is revoked 
and replaced by another regulation. 



Notes historiques 

Les articles de chaque règlement des Règle- 
ments refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 contien- 
nent des renseignements qui permettent d'en 
retracer l'historique. Ces renseignements se 
trouvent, sous forme de citation, à la fin de 
chaque article et à la fin de certains paragra- 
phes. La note historique indique l'origine des 
dispositions placées entre elle et la note pré- 
cédente. 

Par exemple, la note historique «R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 1, s. 1» paraît à la fin de l'article 
1 du Règlement 1, «General», pris en appli- 
cation de la Loi sur les vergers abandonnés. 
Ceci signifie que cette disposition a été tirée 
sans modification de l'article 1 du Règlement 
1 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1980. 

La note historique «R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 1, 
s. 2, Sched. 1» paraît à la fin de l'article 2 du 
Règlement 1. Ceci signifie que l'article 1 et 
l'annexe 1 du Règlement 1 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1980 ont été combi- 
nés. 

La note historique «Règl. de l'Ont. 172/90, 
par. 1 (1); Règl. de l'Ont. 294/90, art. 1» 
paraît à la fin du paragraphe 1 (1) du Règle- 
ment 5, «Fees and Expenses — Justices of 
the Peace», pris en application de la Loi sur 
l'administration de la justice. Ceci signifie que 
le paragraphe 1 (1) du Règlement 5 tel qu'il 
a été pris par le paragraphe 1 (1) du Règle- 
ment de l'Ontario 172/90 paraît tel qu'il a été 
modifié par le paragraphe 1 (1) du Règle- 
ment de l'Ontario 294/90. 

Certaines notes historiques comportent le 
mot «révisé». Ceci signifie que la formulation 
de l'ancienne disposition a été remaniée sen- 
siblement par les commissaires qui ont pré- 
paré les Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990. 

Les notes historiques ne font pas partie du 
texte des règlements et ne sont incluses que 
pour faciliter la consultation de ceux-ci. 

Loi d'interprétation 

Les usagers des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 sont priés de tenir compte 
de la Loi d'interprétation, L.R.O. 1990, 
chap. LU. Cette loi contient certaines dispo- 
sitions qui s'appliquent à l'interprétation des 
règlements. Elle comporte, par exemple, des 
définitions qui s'appliquent aux termes et 
expressions utilisés dans tous les règlements, 
sauf lorsque le contexte exige un sens diffé- 
rent. Elle contient également des dispositions 
qui peuvent s'appliquer lorsqu'un règlement 
est abrogé et remplacé par un autre. 



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Other Laws 

Readers are reminded that, in addition to 
Ontario regulations, particular legal issues 
may be affected by other kinds of laws, 
including the Constitution of Canada, stat- 
utes of the Parliament of Canada and the 
Legislature of Ontario, municipal by-laws 
and the common law. 

Ministerial Responsibility for Regulations 

Regulations are laws of Ontario. A validly 
made regulation has as much force in law as 
a statute. Regulations are all made under 
statutes that authorize their making. With 
the exception of a few statutes that are 
administered directly by the Legislative 
Assembly, every Act of the Legislature is 
administered through a ministry of the 
Ontario Government. The Ministry of Gov- 
ernment Services publishes a brochure detail- 
ing which statutes are administered by each 
ministry. The brochure is entitled "Ministe- 
rial Responsibility for Acts". 

Publications Ontario 

Copies of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, individual regulations and 
other Government of Ontario publications 
may be obtained from Publications Ontario. 
Personal shopping is available at 880 Bay 
Street, Toronto. Customers may write to 
Publications Ontario, 5th Floor, 880 Bay 
Street, Toronto M7A 1N8. Orders may be 
placed by telephone at (416) 326-5300 or, 
toll-free in Ontario, 1-800-668-9938. Tele- 
phone Service for the hearing impaired is 
available at (416) 325-3408 or, toll-free in 
Ontario, 1-800-268-7095. Mastercard and 
Visa are accepted. Cheques and money 
orders should be made payable to the Trea- 
surer of Ontario. Prepayment is required. 



Autres lois 

Certaines questions d'ordre juridique peu- 
vent nécessiter, outre la consultation des 
Règlements de l'Ontario, celle d'autres tex- 
tes, y compris la Constitution du Canada, les 
lois du Parlement du Canada et de la Législa- 
ture de l'Ontario, les règlements municipaux, 
ainsi que le recours à la common law. 

Responsabilité ministérielle pour les règlements 

Les règlements sont des textes législatifs de 
l'Ontario. Un règlement valide a tout autant 
d'effet juridique qu'un texte de loi. Les 
règlements sont tous pris en application 
d'une loi qui autorise leur prise. À l'excep- 
tion de quelques lois dont l'application relève 
directement de l'Assemblée législative, l'ap- 
plication des lois de la Législature se fait par 
l'entremise d'un ministère du gouvernement 
de l'Ontario. Le ministère des Services gou- 
vernementaux publie une brochure intitulée 
«La responsabilité ministérielle pour les 
lois», qui fournit tous les renseignements uti- 
les à cet égard. 

Publications Ontario 

On peut se procurer des exemplaires des 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990, 
de règlements particuliers ainsi que d'autres 
publications du gouvernement de l'Ontario à 
Publications Ontario, 880, rue Bay, Toronto. 
On peut également écrire à Publications 
Ontario, 880, rue Bay, 5^ étage, Toronto 
(Ontario) M7A 1N8. Pour les commandes 
téléphoniques, composer le (416) 326-5300 
ou, sans frais en Ontario, le 1-800-668-9938. 
Les malentendants peuvent composer le 
(416) 325-3408 ou, sans frais en Ontario, le 
1-800-268-7095. Les cartes de crédit Master- 
card et Visa sont acceptées. Faire le chèque 
ou le mandat à l'ordre du trésorier de l'Onta- 
rio. Le paiement est exigé d'avance. 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1990 

The listings in this Table are, with few exceptions, 
in English only. As of the date of the revision (De- 
cember 31, 1990), very few regulations had an offi- 
cial French version. The French and English titles 
are shown for those regulations adopted in both 
languages. 

VOLUME 1 Reg. 

Abandoned Orchards Act 
General 1 

Administration of Justice Act 

Court Reporters and Court Monitors 2 

Fee Payable to Small Claims Court Referees 3 

Fees and Expenses — 

Jurors and Crown Witnesses 4 

Justices of the Peace 5 

Sheriff's Officers, Process Servers, Escorts 

and Municipal Police Forces 6 

Fees — 

Construction Liens 7 

Repair and Storage Liens Act 8 

Unified Family Court 9 

Investigation Fee — Official Guardian 10 

Kilometre Allowances 11 

Ontario Court (General Division) — Fees 12 

Sheriffs— Fees 13 

Small Claims Court — Fees and Allowances 14 

Aggregate Resources Act 

General 15 

Agricultural and Horticultural Organizations Act 

General 16 

Names 17 

Agricultural Tile Drainage Installation Act 

General 18 

Ambulance Act 

General 19 

Amusement Devices Act 

General 20 

Anatomy Act 

General 21 

Animals For Research Act 

General 22 

Pounds 23 

Research Facilities and Supply Facilities 24 

Transportation 25 

Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualification Act 

— See Trades Qualification Act 

Arbitrations Act 

Fees Chargeable by Arbitrators 26 

Architects Act 

General 27 

Artificial Insemination of Livestock Act 
General 28 

Assessment Act 

Application for Direction of School Support 29 

Assessment Areas and Regions 30 



TABLE DES RÈGLEMENTS 

RÈGLEMENTS REFONDUS DE L'ONTARIO DE 1990 

Les entrées de la présente Table sont, à peu d'ex- 
ceptions près, en anglais seulement. En effet, seuls 
quelques règlements avaient, le 31 décembre 1990, 
une version française officielle. Les règlements pris 
sous forme bilingue sont indiqués sous leurs titres 
français et anglais. 

Reg. 

Assessment Notices 31 

Assessment Notices of Supplementary or Omitted 

Assessment 32 

Equalization of Assessments (Various Municipalities) 

Under Subsection 63 (3) of the Act 33 

Interior Information Questionnaire 34 

Pipe Line Rates 35 

Pipe Line Rates 36 

Pipe Line Rates 37 

Pipe Line Rates 38 

Pipe Line Rates 39 

Pipe Line Rates in Muskoka and Parry Sound 40 

Pipe Line Rates in Part of the District of Algoma and 
Part of The Regional Municipality of 

Ottawa-Carleton 41 

Pipe Line Rates in Parts of the Counties of Hastings 
and Simcoe and Parts of the United Counties of 
Prescott and Russell and Stormont, Dundas and 

Glengarry 42 

Pipe Line Rates in Parts of the Counties of 

Peterborough, Simcoe and Victoria and in Parts of 

the Districts of Sudbury and Algoma 43 

Pipe Line Rates in the County of Huron and Parts of 
the Counties of Haliburton, Hastings, Peterborough, 
Simcoe and Victoria and Part of the District of 

Timiskaming 44 

Pipe Line Rates in The Regional Municipality of 

Sudbury 45 

Pipe Line Rates Under Subsection 25 (16) of the Act 46 

Pipe Line Rates Under Subsection 25 (17) of the Act 47 

Property Income Questionnaire 48 

Revision and Certification of Assessment 
Commissioner's List 49 

Assessment Review Board Act 

Procedure 50 

Athletics Control Act 

Amount of Tax 51 

General 52 

Bailiffs Act 
General 53 

Beef Cattle Marketing Act 

Licence Fees 54 

Weighing of Carcasses 55 

Weighing of Live Cattle 56 

Bees Act 

General 57 

Blind Persons' Rights Act 

Guide Dogs 58 

Boilers and Pressure Vessels Act 

General 59 

Boundaries Act 
General 60 



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Reg. 
Building Code Act 

General 61 

Business Corporations Act 

General 62 

Cemeteries Act 

Closings 63 

General 64 

Trust Funds 65 

Centennial Centre of Science and Technology Act 

Fees 66 

Certification of Titles Act 

General 67 

Change of Name Act 

Loi sur le changement de nom 

General 68 

Dispositions générales 68 

Charitable Institutions Act 

General 69 

Child and Family Services Act 

General 70 

Register 71 

Children's Law Reform Act 

Forms 72 

Chiropody Act 

General 73 

Collection Agencies Act 

General 74 

Commercial Concentration Tax Act 

General 75 

Commissioners for Taking Affidavits Act 

Fees 76 

Commodity Boards and Marketing Agencies Act 

Levies — 

Cream 77 

Milk 78 

Levies or Charges — 

Chicken 79 

Chicken (Over Quota) 80 

Cream 81 

Eggs 82 

Eggs (Over Quota) 83 

Fowl 84 

Hatching Eggs 85 

Hatching Eggs and Chicks (Over Quota) 86 

Milk 87 

Tobacco 88 

Turkeys 89 

Commodity Futures Act 

General 90 

Community Psychiatric Hospitals Act 

General 91 

Grants 92 

Community Recreation Centres Act 

General 93 

Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act 

Certificate of Insurance 94 

Exemptions 95 



Reg. 
Condominium Act 

General 96 

Surveys and The Description 97 

Conservation Authorities Act 

Conservation Areas — 

Ausable-Bayfield 98 

Cataraqui Region 99 

Catfish Creek 100 

Central Lake Ontario 101 

Credit Valley 102 

Crowe Valley 103 

Essex Region 104 

Ganaraska Region 105 

Grand River 106 

Grey Bauble 107 

Halton Region 108 

Hamilton Region 109 

Kawartha Region 110 

Kettle Creek Ill 

Lake Simcoe Region 112 

Lakehead Region 113 

Long Point Region 114 

Lower Thames Valley 115 

Lower Trent Region 116 

Maitland Valley 117 

Mattagami Region 118 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region 119 

Mississippi Valley 120 

Moira River 121 

Napanee Region 122 

Niagara Peninsula 123 

Nickel District 124 

North Bay-Mattawa 125 



VOLUME 2 

Conservation Authorities Act (Continued) 

Conservation Areas — (Continued) 

North Grey Region 126 

Nottawasaga Valley 127 

Otonabee Region 128 

Prince Edward Region 129 

Rideau Valley 130 

St. Clair Region 131 

Sauble Valley 132 

Saugeen Valley 133 

Sault Ste. Marie Region 134 

South Nation River 135 

Upper Thames River 136 

Fill- 
Grand Valley 137 

Moira River 138 

Spencer Creek 139 

Fill and Alteration to Waterways — 

Raisin Region 140 

Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation 

Authority 141 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to Waterways — 

Ausable-Bayfield 142 

Cataraqui Region 143 

Catfish Creek 144 

Central Lake Ontario 145 

Credit Valley 146 

Essex Region 147 

Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority 148 

Grand River 149 

Halton Region Conservation Authority 150 

Hamilton Region 151 

Kettle Creek 152 

Lake Simcoe Region 153 

Long Point Region Conservation Authority 154 

Lower Thames Valley 155 



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Reg. 

Lower Trent Region 156 

Mattagami Region 157 

IVIetropolitan Toronto and Region 158 

Mississippi Valley (The) 159 

Napanee Region Conservation Authority 160 

Nickel District 161 

North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority 162 

North Grey 163 

Nottawasaga Valley 164 

Otonabee Region 165 

Rideau Valley 166 

St. Clair Region 167 

Sauble Valley 168 

Saugeen Valley 169 

Upper Thames River 170 

Consolidated Hearings Act 

Aggregate Resources Act 171 

Conservation Authorities Act 172 

Hearings 173 

Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act 174 

Construction Lien Act 

General 175 

Consumer Protection Act 

General 176 

Consumer Reporting Act 

General 177 

Co-operative Corporations Act 

General 178 

Co-operative Loans Act 

General 179 

Coroners Act 

General 180 

Corporations Act 

General 181 

Corporations Information Act 

General 182 

Corporations Tax Act 

General 183 

Costs of Distress Act 

Costs 184 

Courts of Justice Act 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 

Bilingual Proceedings 185 

Designation of Regions 186 

District of Algoma Civil Case Management Rules 187 

Règles de gestion des causes civiles du district 

d'Algoma 187 

Duties of Clerks and Bailiffs of the Small Claims Court . 188 

Essex Civil Case Management Rules 189 

Règles de gestion des causes civiles d'Essex 189 

Money Paid Into Court 190 

Number of Judges 191 

Part-Time Provincial Judges Authorized to Practise 

Law 192 

Provincial Judges Benefits 193 

Rules of Civil Procedure (See Volume 9) 194 

Règles de procédure civile (Voir Volume 9) 194 

Rules of the Court of Appeal in Appeals Under the 

Provincial Offences Act 195 

Rules of the Ontario Court (General Division) and the 

Ontario Court (Provincial Division) in Appeals Under 

Section 116 of the Provincial Offences Act 196 



Reg. 

Rules of the Ontario Court (General Division) in Estate 

Proceedings 197 

Rules of the Ontario Court (Provincial Division) in 
Appeals Under Section 135 of the Provincial 

Offences Act 198 

Rules of the Ontario Court (Provincial Division) in 

Family Law Proceedings 199 

Rules of the Ontario Court (Provincial Division) In 

Provincial Offences Proceedings 200 

Rules of the Small Claims Court 201 

Rules of the Unified Family Court 202 

Salaries and Benefits of Masters 203 

Salaries and Benefits of Provincial Judges 204 

Small Claims Court Jurisdiction 205 

Territorial Divisions for the Small Claims Court 206 



VOLUME 3 

Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act 

Loi sur les caisses populaires et les credit unions 

Annual Premium 207 

Credit Union Leagues 208 

Fédérations de caisses 208 

Designations Under Section 85 of the Act 209 

General 210 

Dispositions générales 210 

Matching Assets 211 

Éléments d'actif correspondants 211 

Membership in Credit Union Leagues 212 

Adhésion aux fédérations de caisses 212 

Membership in Credit Unions 213 

Adhésion aux caisses 213 

Stabilization Funds 214 

Crop Insurance Act (Ontario) 

Arbitration Proceedings 215 

Crop Insurance Plan — 

Apples 216 

Asparagus 217 

Black Tobacco 218 

Burley Tobacco 219 

Carrots 220 

Coloured Beans 221 

Corn 222 

Cucumbers 223 

Flue-Cured Tobacco 224 

Forage Seeding Establishment 225 

Grapes 226 

Green and Wax Beans 227 

Greenhouse Vegetables 228 

Hay and Pasture 229 

Honey 230 

Lima Beans 231 

Oil Seed 232 

Onions 233 

Peaches 234 

Peanuts 235 

Pears 236 

Peas 237 

Peppers 238 

Plums 239 

Popping Corn 240 

Potatoes 241 

Pumpkins and Squash 242 

Red Beets 243 

Red Spring Wheat 244 

Rutabagas 24S 

Seed Corn 246 

Sour Cherries 247 

Specialty Crops 248 

Spring Grain 249 

Sunflowers 250 

Sweet Cherries 251 



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Reg. 

Sweet Corn 252 

Tomatoes 253 

White Beans 254 

Winter Wheat 255 

Crop Insurance Plans — General 256 

Designation of Insurable Crops 257 

Crown Employees Collective Bargaining Act 

General 258 

Rules of Procedure 259 

Crown Timber Act 

General 260 

Dangerous Goods Transportation Act 

General 261 

Day Nurseries Act 
General 262 

Dead Animal Disposal Act 

General 263 

Dental Technicians Act 

General 264 

Denture Therapists Act 

General 265 

Deposits Regulation Act 
General 266 

Development Charges Act 

Development Charges 267 

Education Development Charges 268 

Development Corporations Act 

Innovation Ontario Corporation 269 

Ontario Film Development Corporation (The) 270 

Ontario International Corporation 271 

Developmental Services Act 

General 272 

District Welfare Administration Boards Act 

Application for Grant Under Section 10 of the Act 273 

Drainage Act 

Forms 274 

Rules of Practice and Procedure to be Followed in All 
Proceedings Before the Referee 275 

Drugless Practitioners Act 

Chiropractors 276 

Classifications 277 

General 278 

Masseurs 279 

Osteopaths 280 

Physiotherapists 281 

Edible Oil Products Act 

General 282 

Education Act 

Calculation of Amount of Reserve or Reduction in 

Requirement Resulting from Strike or Lock-out 283 

Conditions for Extended Funding 284 

Continuing Education 285 

County Combined Separate School Zones 286 

Designation of School Divisions 287 

Designation of Support Staff 288 

Designation of Teachers 289 

District Combined Separate School Zones 290 

District School Areas 291 



Reg. 

Fees for Ministry Courses 292 

Fees For Transcripts and Statements of Standing and 

for Duplicates of Diplomas, Certificates and Letters 

of Standing 293 

James Bay Lowlands Secondary School Board 294 

Northern District School Area Board 295 

Ontario Schools for the Blind and the Deaf 296 

Ontario Teacher's Qualifications 297 

Operation of Schools — General 298 

Payment of Legislative Grants 299 

Practice and Procedure — Boards of Reference 300 

Pupil Records 301 

Purchase of Milk 302 

Regional Tribunals 303 

School Year and School Holidays 304 

Special Education Identification Placement and Review 

Committees and Appeals 305 

Special Education Programs and Services 306 

Special Grant 307 

Supervised Alternative Learning for Excused Pupils 308 

Supervisory Officers 309 

Teachers' Contracts 310 

Territory Without Municipal Organization Attached to a 

District Municipality 311 

Training Assistance 312 

Trustee Distribution 313 

Elderly Persons Centres Act 

General 314 

Election Act 

Fees and Expenses 315 

Elevating Devices Act 

General 316 

Employee Share Ownership Plan Act 

Forms 317 

General 318 

Employer Health Tax Act 

General 319 

Employment Agencies Act 
General 320 

Employment Standards Act 

Benefit Plans 321 

Domestics, Nannies and Sitters 322 

Forms 323 

Fruit, Vegetable and Tobacco Harvesters 324 

General 325 

Residential Care Workers 326 

Termination of Employment 327 

Endangered Species Act 
Endangered Species 328 

Energy Act 

Fuel Oil Code 329 

Gas Pipeline Systems 330 

Gas Utilization Code 331 

Oil Pipeline Systems 332 

Propane Storage, Handling and Utilization Code 333 

Environmental Assessment Act 

General 334 

Rules of Practice — Environmental Assessment Board .... 335 

Environmental Protection Act 

Air Contaminants From Ferrous Foundries 336 

Ambient Air Quality Criteria 337 

Boilers 338 

Classes of Contaminants — Exemptions 339 



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Reg. 

Containers 340 

Deep Well Disposai 341 

Designation of Waste 342 

Discharge of Sewage From Pleasure Boats 343 

Disposable Containers for Milk 344 

Disposable Paper Containers for Milk 345 

General — Air Pollution 346 

General — Waste Management 347 

Hauled Liquid Industrial Waste Disposal Sites 348 

Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities 349 

Lambton Industry Meteorological Alert 350 

Marinas 351 

Mobile PCB Destruction Facilities 352 

Motor Vehicles 353 

Municipal Sewage and Water and Roads Class 

Environmental Assessment Project 354 

Ontario Hydro 355 

Ozone Depleting Substances — General 356 

Refillable Containers for Carbonated Soft Drink 357 

Sewage Systems 358 

Sewage Systems — Exemptions 359 

Spills 360 

Sulphur Content of Fuels 361 

Waste Management— PCB's 362 

Expropriations Act 

Forms 363 

Rules to be Applied for the Purposes of Subsection 
32 (1) of the Act 364 

Extra-Provincial Corporations Act 

General 365 

Family Benefits Act 

General 366 

Family Law Act 

Loi sur le droit de la famille 

Designation of Matrimonial Home — Forms 367 

Election of Surviving Spouse 368 

Choix du conjoint survivant 368 

Farm Implements Act 

General 369 

Farm Income Stabilization Act 

Fresh Market Potato Stabilization, 1989-1992— Plan 370 

Grain Stabilization, 1988-1990— Plan 371 

Farm Products Containers Act 

Containers — Fruit and Vegetables 372 

Farm Products Grades and Sales Act 

Burley Tobacco 373 

Flue-Cured Tobacco 374 

Fruit — Controlled-Atmosphere Storage 375 

Grades — 

Beef Carcasses 376 

Christmas Trees 377 

Fruit and Vegetables 378 

Hog Carcasses 379 

Lamb and Mutton Carcasses 380 

Poultry 381 

Veal Carcasses 382 

Grain 383 

Honey 384 

Licences 385 

Maple Products 386 

VOLUME 4 

Farm Products Marketing Act 

Apples — 

Marketing 387 



Plan 388 

Arbitration of Disputes 389 

Asparagus — 

Marketing 390 

Plan 391 

Beans — 

Marketing 392 

Plan 393 

Berries for Processing — 

Marketing 394 

Plan 395 

Broiler Hatching Eggs and Chicks — 

Marketing 396 

Plan 397 

Burley Tobacco — 

Marketing 398 

Plan 399 

By-Laws for Local Boards 400 

Chicken — Extension of Powers of the Canadian 

Chicken Marketing Agency 401 

Chickens — 

Marketing 402 

Plan 403 

Designation — 

Ontario Canola Growers' Association 404 

Ontario Coloured Bean Growers' Association 405 

Eggs- 
Extension of Powers of the Canadian Egg 

Marketing Agency 406 

Marketing 407 

Marketing Limitations 408 

Plan 409 

Fresh Grapes — 

Marketing 410 

Plan 411 

Fresh Potatoes — 

Marketing 412 

Plan 413 

Grapes for Processing — 

Marketing 414 

Plan 415 

Greenhouse Vegetables — 

Appointment of Trustee 416 

Marketing 417 

Plan 418 

Hogs — 

Marketing 419 

Plan 420 

Local Boards 421 

Potatoes — 

Marketing 422 

Plan 423 

Processing Tomato Seedling Plants — 

Marketing 424 

Plan 425 

Rutabagas — Marketing 426 

Seed-Corn — 

Marketing 427 

Plan 428 

Sheep) — 

Marketing 429 

Plan 430 

Soybeans — 

Marketing 431 

Plan 432 

Tender Fruit — 

Marketing 433 

Plan 434 

Tobacco — 

Marketing 435 

Plan 436 

Turkeys — 

Marketing 437 

Marketing Limitations 438 



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Reg. 

Plan 439 

Vegetables for Processing — 

Marketing 440 

Plan 441 

Wheat- 
Marketing 442 

Plan 443 

Farm Products Payments Act 

Fund for Egg Producers 444 

Fund for Livestock Producers 445 

Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 446 

Fund for Producers of Canola 447 

Fund for Producers of Grain Corn 448 

Fund for Producers of Potatoes for Processing 449 

Fund for Producers of Soybeans 450 

Fund for Producers of Vegetables for Processing 451 

Fire Departments Act 

Filing in Ontario Court (General Division) of Decision 

of Arbitrator or Arbitration Board 452 

Standards for Pumpers 453 

Rre Marshals Act 

Fire Code 454 

General 455 

Fish Inspection Act 

Quality Control 456 

Forest Fires Prevention Act 

Fire Regions 457 

Forestry Act 

Nurseries 458 

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act 
Loi sur l'accès à l'information et la protection de la vie 
privée 

Disposai of Personal Information 459 

General 460 

Dispositions générales 460 

French Language Services Act 

Loi sur les services en français 

Exemptions 461 

Exemptions 461 

General 462 

Dispositions générales 462 

Freshwater Fish Marketing Act (Ontario) 

General 463 

Fuel Tax Act 

General 464 

Miscellaneous 465 

Refunds 466 

Funeral Directors and Establishments Act 

Board — Composition and Remuneration 467 

Compensation Fund 468 

Equipment and Premises 469 

Licensing and Business Practices 470 

Fur Farms Act 

General 471 

Game and Fish Act 

Amphibians 472 

Animals Declared to be Fur-Bearing Animals 473 

Aylmer Hunting Area 474 

Aylmer Lagoon Hunting Area 475 

Bag Limit for Black Bear 476 

Beaver Meadow Hunting Area 477 



Reg. 

Black Bear Management Areas 478 

Bows and Arrows 479 

Bullfrogs 480 

Calton Swamp Hunting Area 481 

Camden Lake Hunting Area 482 

Copeland forest Hunting Area 483 

Crown Game Preserves 484 

Discharge of Firearms From or Across Highways and 

Roads 485 

Discharge of Firearms on Sunday 486 

Fingal Hunting Area 487 

Firearms — Aulneau Peninsula 488 

Fishing Huts 489 

Fishing Licences 490 

Fur Harvest, Fur Management and Conservation 

Course 491 

Furs 492 

Game Bird Hunting Preserves 493 

Game Birds — Captivity, Propagation or Sale 494 

Guides 495 

Hullett Hunting Area 496 

Hunter Safety Training Course 497 

Hunting in Lake Superior Provincial Park 498 

Hunting in Long Point National Wildlife Area 499 

Hunting Licences 500 

Hunting on Crown Lands in the Geographic 

Townships of Bruton and Clyde 501 

Hunting on Designated Crown Land and in Provincial 

Parks 502 

Lake St. Lawrence Hunting Area 503 

Licence to Chase Raccoon at Night and Fox, Coyote or 

Wolf During the Day 504 

Licence to Possess Nets 505 

Luther Marsh Hunting Area 506 

Nashville Tract Hunting Area 507 

Navy Island Hunting Area 508 

Open Seasons — 

Black Bear 509 

Fur-Bearing Animals 510 

Game Birds 511 

Moose and Deer 512 

Rabbits and Squirrels 513 

Snapping Turtles 514 

Orangeville Reservoir Hunting Area 515 

Petroglyphs Provincial Park Hunting Area 516 

Polar Bears 517 

Prohibition of Hunting and Possession of Firearms 518 

Reporting and Registering Possession of Certain Game 519 

Reptiles 520 

Sale of Bass and Trout and Fishing Preserves 521 

Snares 522 

Stag Island Hunting Area 523 

Tiny Marsh Hunting Area 524 

Trade in Game Animal Hides and Cast Antlers 525 

Trap-Line Areas 526 

Traps 527 

Traps— Order Under Subsection 30 (4) of the Act 528 

Waters Set Apart— Frogs 529 

Wildlife Management Units 530 

Wolves and Black Bears in Captivity 531 

Gasoline Handling Act 

Gasoline Handling Code 532 

Gasoline Tax Act 

General 533 

Returns and Refunds 534 

General Welfare Assistance Act 

Civil Legal Aid 535 

Dental Services 536 

General 537 

Indian Bands 538 



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Reg. 

Grain Corn Marketing Act 

Licence Fees 539 

Grain Elevator Storage Act 

General 540 

Guarantee Companies Securities Act 

Approved Guarantee Companies 541 

Healing Arts Radiation Protection Act 

Hospitals Prescribed for the Installation and Operation 

of Computerized Axial Tomography Scanners 542 

X-Ray Safety Code 543 

Health Care Accessibility Act 

Administrative Charge 644 

Health Disciplines Act 

Child Resistant Packages 545 

Dental Hyglenists 546 

Dentistry 547 

Medicine 548 

Nursing 549 

Optometry 550 

Pharmacy 551 

Health Insurance Act 

General 552 

HeaKh Protection and Promotion Act 

Areas Comprising Health Units 553 

Camps in Unorganized Territory 554 

Capital Assistance Grants for Boards of Health 555 

Clinics for Sexually Transmitted Diseases 556 

Communicable Diseases — General 557 

Designation of Communicable Diseases 558 

Designation of Municipal Members of Boards of 

Health 559 

Designation of Reportable Diseases 560 

Exemption— Subsection 38 (2) of the Act 561 

Food Premises 562 

Grants for Health Promotion Projects and Initiatives 563 

Grants to Boards of Health 564 

Public Pools 565 

Qualifications of Boards of Health Staff 566 

Rabies Immunization 567 

Recreational Camps 568 

Reports 569 

School Health Services and Programs 570 

Slaughterhouses and Meat Processing Plants 571 

Warrant 572 

VOLUME 5 

Highway Traffic Act 

Allowable Gross Weight for Designated Class of 

Vehicle 573 

Appeals 574 

Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections 575 

Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration 

Certificates 576 

Covering of Loads 577 

Demerit Point System 578 

Designation of Highways 579 

Designation of Paved Shoulders on King's Highway 580 

Disabled Person Parking Permits 581 

Driver Improvement Program 582 

Driver Licence Examinations 583 

Driver's Licence Suspension for Default of Payment of 

Fine 584 

Drivers' Licences 585 

Driving Instructor's Licence 586 

Equipment 587 



Reg. 
Exemption from Section 7 of the Act — American 

States 588 

Exemption from Sectioi s 7 and 11 of the Act — 

States of the United States of America 589 

State of Illinois 590 

State of Michigan 591 

State of South Dakota 592 

Exemption from Subsection 85 (1) of the Act — 

Province of Alberta 593 

State of New York 594 

Garage Licences 595 

General 596 

Gross Vehicle Weights 597 

Gross Weight on Bridges 598 

Highway Closings 599 

Hours of Work 600 

Motor Vehicle Inspection Stations 601 

Notice to Have Motor Vehicle(s) Examined and Tested . 602 

Over-Dimensional Farm Vehicles 603 

Parking 604 

Parking of Vehicles in Territory Without Municipal 

Organization 605 

Portable Lane Control Signal Systems 606 

Reciprocal Suspension of Licences 607 

Restricted Use of Left Lanes by Commercial Motor 

Vehicles 608 

Restricted Use of the King's Highway 609 

Safety Helmets 610 

Safety Inspections 611 

School Buses 612 

Seat Belt Assemblies 613 

Security of Loads 614 

Signs 615 

Slow-Moving Vehicle Sign 616 

Special Permits 617 

Specifications and Standards for Trailer Couplings 618 

Speed Limits 619 

Speed Limits in Provincial Parks 620 

Speed Limits in Territory Without Municipal 

Organization 621 

Stopping of Vehicles on Parts of the King's Highway .... 622 

Stop Signs at Intersections 623 

Stop Signs in Territory Without Municipal 

Organization 624 

Tire Standards and Specifications 625 

Traffic Control Signal Systems 626 

Use of Control led-Access Highways by Pedestrians 627 

Vehicle Permits 628 

Vehicles for the Transportation of Physically Disabled 

Passengers 629 

Vehicles on Controlled-Access Highways 630 

Yield Right-of-Way Signs in Territory Without 

Municipal Organization 631 

Historical Parks Act 

Historical Parks — Fees 632 

Parks 633 

Homemakers and Nurses Services Act 
General 634 

Homes for Retarded Persons Act 
General 635 

Homes for Special Care Act 
General 636 

Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act 
General 637 

Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act 

Remuneration of Chairs and Members of Arbitration 

Boards 638 

Rules of Procedure 639 



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Reg. 

Hotel Rre Safety Act 

General 640 

Housing Development Act 

General 641 



Human Rights Code Act 

Search and Entry Warrants 



.642 



Hunter Damage Compensation Act 
General 643 



Hypnosis Act 

Application of Section 2 of the Act 

Immunization of School Pupils Act 

General 



.644 
.645 



Income Tax Act 

Amounts Deducted or Withheld By Employers 646 

Ontario Tax Reduction 647 

Tax Table for Individuals 648 

Independent Health Facilities Act 

Application and Exemptions 649 

General 650 

Industrial Standards Act 

Designation of Industries and Zones 651 

Duties of Employers and Advisory Committees 652 

Interprovincially Competitive Industries 653 

Publication Costs 654 

Schedule — 

Bricklaying and Stonemasonry 

Industry — Ottawa 655 

Bricklaying and Stonemasonry 

Industry — Toronto 656 

Electrical Repair and Construction 

Industry — ^Toronto 657 

Fur Industry — Ontario 658 

Ladies' Cloak and Suit Industry — Ontario 659 

Ladies' Dress and Sportswear Industry 660 

Men's and Boys' Clothing Industry — Ontario 661 

Plastering Industry — Ottawa 662 



insurance Act 

Agents' Licences 

Automobile Insurance 

Calculations Under Clause 60 (1) (b) of the Act 
Classes of Insurance 



663 

664 

665 

vOv 

Compensation Corporations 667 

Fault Determination Rules 668 

Financial Statements 669 

General 670 

Life Companies Special Shares — Investment 671 

No-Fault Benefits Schedule 672 

Order Under Paragraph 1 of Subsection 108 (2) of the 

Act— Rates of Interest 673 

Replacement of Life Insurance Contracts 674 

Schedule of Fees 675 

Uninsured Automobile Coverage 676 

Variable Insurance Contracts of Life Insurers 677 

Interpretation Act 

Fees Payable Under Various Acts 678 

Investment Contracts Act 

Registration 679 

Juries Act 

General 680 



Reg. 

Laboratory and Specimen Collection Centre 

Licensing Act 

Laboratories 682 

Specimen Collection Centres 683 

Labour Relations Act 

General 684 

Office of the Board 685 

Rules of Procedure 686 

Land Registration Reform Act 

Automated Recording and Property Mapping 687 

Documents 688 

Land Titles Act 

Fees 689 

Forms, Records and Procedures 690 

Land Titles Divisions 691 

Surveys and Descriptions of Land 692 

Transfer of Functions 693 

Land Transfer Tax Act 

Delegation of Authority 694 

Exemptions — 
For Certain Easements Granted to Oil or Gas 

Pipe Lines 695 

For Certain Inter-Spousal Transfers 696 

For Conveyance to Family Farm Corporation 

or Family Business Corporation 697 

For Conveyance to Non-Resident Persons 
and Persons Who Are Not Non-Resident 

Persons 698 

Forms 699 

Leases 700 

Notice of Purchaser's Lien for Default 701 

Rates of Interest 702 

Taxation of Mineral Lands 703 

Transfers Between Related Corporations 704 

Landlord and Tenant Act 

Classes of Accommodation Deemed not to be 

Residential Premises 705 

Forms 706 

Summary of Part IV of the Act 707 

Law Society Act 

General 708 

Law Foundation 709 



Legal Aid Act 

General 



.710 



VOLUME 6 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act 
General 711 

Lightning Rods Act 

General 712 

Limited Partnerships Act 

General 713 

Line Fences Act 

Appeals 714 

Forms 715 

Land in Territory Without Municipal Organization 716 

Liquor Control Act 
General 717 



Justices of the Peace Act 

Salaries and Benefits .... 



.681 



Liquor Licence Act 

General 



.718 



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Rag. 

Licences to Sell Liquor 719 

Manufacturers' Licences 720 

Possession of Liquor in Conservation Areas Operated 

by the Halton Region Conservation Authority 721 

Possession of Liquor in Parks Managed or Controlled 
by the Niagara Parks Commission and the St. Clair 

Parkway Commission 722 

Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks 723 

Livestock and Livestock Products Act 

Eggs 724 

Livestock 725 

Processed Egg 726 

Wool 727 

Livestock Branding Act 

Forms and Fees 728 

Livestock Community Sales Act 

General 729 

Livestock Medicines Act 
General 730 

Livestock, Poultry and Honey Bee Protection Act 

Application for Payment of a Grant 731 

Dogs at Large in Unorganized Areas 732 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act 

General 733 

Local Roads Boards Act 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas — 

Northern and Eastern Regions 734 

Northwestern Region 735 

General 736 

Local Services Boards Act 
Local Services Boards 737 

Marriage Act 

General 738 

Meat Inspection Act (Ontario) 

General 739 

Members' Conflict of Interest Act 

Loi sur les conflits d'intérêts des membres de 

l'Assemblée 

General 740 

Dispositions générales 740 

Mental Health Act 

Application of Act 741 

Grants 742 

Mental Hospitals Act 

Application of Section 13 of the Public Hospitals Act .... 743 
General 744 

Milk Act 

By-Laws for Marketing Boards 745 

Cheese — 

Exchange 748 

Information to be Furnished 747 

Marketing 748 

Marketing — Exemptions 749 

Cream for Processing — 

Marketing 750 

Plan 751 

Cream Producers — Licences 752 

Grades, Standards, Designations, Classes, Packing and 
Marking 753 

Industrial Milk— Marketing 754 



Reg. 

Levies — Milk 755 

Marketing Boards 756 

Marketing of Milk to Fluid Milk Processors 757 

Milk- 
Marketing 758 

Transportation 759 

Milk and Cheese — Plan 760 

Milk and Milk Products 761 

Milk Producers, Licences, Quotas, Pools and 

Transportation 762 

Milk Products — Extension of Powers 763 

Reconstituted Milk — General 764 

Mining Act 

Exploratory Licences and Leases for Oil and Natural 

Gas North of the Fifty-first Parallel of Latitude 765 

Exploratory Licences and Production Leases for 

Natural Gas in Lake Erie 766 

Mining Divisions 767 

Surveys of Mining Claims 768 

Mining Tax Act 

General 769 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act 

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology — 

Boards of Governors and Council of Regents 770 

Colleges 771 

Graduate Scholarship Awards 772 

Ontario Special Bursary Program 773 

Ontario Student Loans 774 

Ontario Study Grant Plan 775 

Ministry of Community and Social Services Act 

Social Assistance Review Board 776 

Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations Act 
Fees 777 

Ministry of Correctional Services Act 

General 778 

Intermittent Sentences 779 

Ministry of Health Act 

Bursaries and Fellowships for Health Study 780 

Chest Diseases Control Clinics 781 

Chiropody Bursaries 782 

Dental Bursaries 783 

District Health Councils 784 

Grants — Health Resources 785 

Grants to Accredited Nursing Homes 786 

Grants to University Faculties of Medicine 787 

Medical Bursaries 788 

Nursing Bursaries 789 

Nursing Innovation Fund 790 

Occupational Therapy Bursaries 791 

Physiotherapy Bursaries 792 

Speech Pathology and Audiology Bursaries 793 

Standard Ward Accommodation 794 

Ministry of Natural Resources Act 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine Appeals Under Subsection 28 (5) of the 
Conservation Authorities Act 795 

Ministry of Tourism and Recreation Act 

Grants for Non-Profit Camps 796 

Recreation Programs 797 

Mortgage Brokers Act 
General 798 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act 
Designated Insurers 799 



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Reg. 
General 800 

Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 

General 801 

Motor Vehicle Repair Act 

General 802 

Motorized Snow Vehicles Act 

Designations 803 

General 804 

Motorized Snow Vehicle Operators' Licences 805 

Municipal Act 

Designation — 

Agricultural Research Stations 806 

Correctional Institutions 807 

Facilities Under Developmental Services Act 808 

Municipalities 809 

Provincial Education Institutions 810 

Provincial Mental Health Facilities and Public 

Hospitals 811 

Universities 812 

Pension Plan for Municipal Employees 813 

Small Business Programs 814 

Waste Management 815 

Municipal Affairs Act 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 816 

Municipal and School Board Payments Adjustment Act 

General 817 

Municipal Elections Act 

Use of Central Vote Tabulators 818 

Use of Vote Tabulators 819 

Use of Voting Recorders 820 

Municipal Extra-Territorial Tax Act 

Assessment Equalization Factor 821 

General 822 

Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of 

Privacy Act 

Loi sur l'accès à l'information municipale et la 

protection de la vie privée 

General 823 

Dispositions générales 823 

Municipal Tax Sales Act 

Loi sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 

Municipal Tax Sales Rules 824 

Règles concernant les ventes pour impôts municipaux . 824 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act 

Ward Boundaries 825 

Niagara Escarpment Planning and Development Act 

Designation of Area of Development Control 826 

Designation of Planning Area 827 

Development Within the Development Control Area 828 

Niagara Parks Act 

General 829 

Non-Resident Agricultural Land Interests 
Registration Act 

General 830 

Notaries Act 

Fees 831 

Nursing Homes Act 
General 832 



Reg. 
Occupational Health and Safety Act 

Control of Exposure to Biological or Chemical Agents .. 833 

Critical Injury — Defined 834 

Designated Substance — 

Acrylonitrile 835 

Arsenic 836 

Asbestos 837 

Asbestos on Construction Projects and in 

Buildings and Repair Operations 838 

Benzene 839 

Coke Oven Emissions 840 

Ethylene Oxide 841 

Isocyanates 842 

Lead 843 

Mercury 844 

Silica 845 

Vinyl Chloride 846 

Designations Under Clause 16 (1) (n) of the Act 847 

Diving Operations 848 

Firefighters — Protective Equipment 849 

Hazardous Materials Inventories 850 

Industrial Establishments 851 

Inventory of Agents or Combinations of Agents for the 

Purpose of Section 34 of the Act 852 

Joint Health and Safety Committees — Exemption From 

Requirements 853 

Mines and Mining Plants 854 

Oil and Gas — Offshore 855 

Roll-Over Protective Structures 856 

Teachers 857 

University Academics and Teaching Assistants 858 

Window Cleaning 859 

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System 

(WHMIS) 860 

X-Ray Safety 861 

Official Notices Publication Act 

Rates 862 

Off-Road Vehicles Act 
General 863 

Oleomargarine Act 

General 864 

Ombudsman Act 

General Rules 865 

Ontario Agricultural Museum Act 

Fees 866 

General 867 

Ontario Drug Benefit Act 
General 868 

Ontario Energy Board Act 

General 869 

Rules of Procedure 870 

Ontario Food Terminal Act 

Composition and Procedure of Board 871 

Conduct of Business 872 

Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income Act 

Forms 873 

General 874 

Ontario Heritage Act 

Archaeological Sites 875 

Grants and Loans 876 

Grants for Museums 877 

Grants for Plaquing 878 

Grants to Incorporated Historical Societies and 
Associations 879 



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Reg. 

Historic Sites 880 

Licences 881 



Ontario Highway Transport Board Act 

Rules of Procedure 



.882 



Ontario Home Ownership Savings Plan Act 

General 



.883 



Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Act 

General 



884 



Ontario Lottery Corporation Act 

General 



Ontario Mineral Exploration Program Act 

Ontario Mineral Incentive Program 



886 



Ontario Prospectors' Assistance Program 887 



Ontario Municipal Board Act 

Fees , 

Rules of Procedure 



.888 
889 



Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act 

General 890 



Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act 

Procedure 



.891 



Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act 

Administration of the Plan 892 

Designation of Corporation 893 

Terms and Conditions of Registration of Builders and 
Vendors 894 

Ontario Pensioners Property Tax Assistance Act 

Amount— Clause 2 (2) (a) of the Act 895 

General 896 

Grants 897 



Ontario Place Corporation Act 

Fees 



.898 



Ontario Telephone Development Corporation Act 

Composition and Procedures of Corporation 899 



VOLUME 7 

Ontario Water Resources Act 

Municipal Sewage and Water and Roads Class 

Environmental Assessment Projects 900 

Plumbing Code 901 

Rate of Interest 902 

Wells 903 



Operating Engineers Act 

General 



.904 



Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 

General 



.90S 



Paperback and Periodical Distributors Act 

General 



.906 



Parks Assistance Act 

General 907 



Parkway BeK Planning and Development Act 

Parkway Belt Planning Area 



.908 



Pension Benefits Act 

General 



Reg. 

Personal Property Security Act 

Branch Offices 910 

Fees 911 

General 912 

Personal Property Security Assurance Fund 913 

Pesticides Act 

General 914 

Petroleum Resources Act 

Exploration Drilling and Production 915 

Protection of Designated Gas Storage Areas 916 

Planning Act 

Notice Requirements — 

Interim Control By-Laws 917 

Official Plans and Community Improvement 

Plans 918 

Removal of Holding Symbol from Zoning 

By-Law 919 

Zoning By-Laws 920 

Planning Board Fees 921 

Rules of Procedure — 

Consent Applications 922 

Minor Variance Applications 923 

Plant Diseases Act 

General 924 

Police Services Act 

Arbitration 925 

Equipment 926 

General — Discipline 927 

Members' Duty to Prepare Informations 928 

Municipal Police Forces 929 

Responsibility of Policing 930 

Power Corporation Act 

Debt Guarantee Fees 931 

Fees 932 

Water Heaters 933 

Prepaid Services Act 

General 934 

Prescription Drug Cost Regulation Act 

General 935 

Notice to Patients 936 

Private Hospitals Act 
General 937 



Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 

General 



.938 



Private Vocational Schools Act 

General 



.939 



Proceedings Against the Crown Act 

Garnishment 



.940 



Professional Engineers Act 
General 941 



Province of Ontario Savings Office Act 

Interest Rate 



.942 



Provincial Land Tax Act 

Forms 

General 



.943 
.944 



.909 



Provincial Offences Act 

Costs 

Extensions of Prescribed Times 



.945 
.946 



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Reg. 

Fee for Late Payment of Fine 947 

Fine Option Program 948 

Paricing Infractions 949 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence 950 

Provincial Parks Act 

Designation of Parks 951 

General 952 

Guides in Quetico Provincial Park 953 

Mining in Provincial Parks 954 

Psychologists Registration Act 
General 955 

Public Accountancy Act 

Licence Fee 956 

Public Hospitals Act 

Capital Grants for the Amalgamation of Hospital 

Services 957 

Capital Grants for Ambulance Facilities 958 

Capital Grants for Capital Expenditures that will 

Produce Savings in Operating Costs 959 

Capital Grants for Hospital Construction and 

Renovation 960 

Capital Grants for Local Rehabilitation and Crippled 

Children's Centres 961 

Capital Grants for Regional Rehabilitation Hospitals 962 

Capital Grants for Teaching Hospitals 963 

Classification of Hospitals 964 

Hospital Management 965 

Oil Conversion Grants 966 

Special Grants — 

Acquisition of Hospital Facilities 967 

Correction of Hazardous Conditions 968 

Management of Biomedical Waste 969 

Public Institutions Inspection Act 

Fees and Allowances to Panel Members 970 

Public Lands Act 

Crown Land Camping Permit 971 

Fees for Certificates and Orders 972 

Land Use Permits 973 

Sale and Lease of Public Lands 974 

Work Permits 975 

Public Libraries Act 

Grants for Public Libraries 976 

Public Service Act 

General 977 

Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act 

Intersections in Unorganized Territory 978 

Permits 979 

Use of Rest, Service or Other Areas 980 

Public Trustee Act 
General 981 

Public Vehicles Act 

General 982 

Race Tracks Tax Act 

Forms 983 

General 984 

Radiological Technicians Act 
General 985 

Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 
General 986 



Reg. 

Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act 

Application of Act 987 

Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Orders Act 
Reciprocating States 988 

Registered Insurance Brokers Act 

Composition and Election of Council 989 

Exemptions 990 

General 991 

Registry Act 

Canada Lands 992 

Certification Areas 993 

Fees 994 

Forms and Records 995 

Registry Divisions 996 

Surveys, Plans and Descriptions of Land 997 

Transfer of Functions 998 

Regulations Act 

General 999 

Rental Housing Protection Act 

General 1000 

Repair and Storage Liens Act 

Fees 1001 

Forms 1002 

General 1003 

Residential Rent Regulation Act 

General 1004 

Regions 1005 

Rent Determination 1006 

Rent Registry 1007 

Rental Housing Maintenance Standards 1008 

Rules Under Sections 60, 61 and 62 of the Act for 

Applications and Justifications 1009 

Suite Hotel 1010 

Retail Sales Tax Act 

Definitions 1011 

Definitions by Minister 1012 

General 1013 

Riding Horse Establishments Act 
General 1014 

VOLUME 8 

Securities Act 

General 1015 

Seed Potatoes Act 

General 1016 

Shoreline Property Assistance Act 

General 1017 

Small Business Development Corporations Act 

Additional Material to be Furnished with Grant 

Applications 1018 

Forms 1019 

General 1020 

Terms and Conditions Relating to Beneficial 

Ownership of Equity Shares 1021 

St. Clair Parkway Commission Act 
General 1022 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission Act 

Parks 1023 



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Reg. 

Stock Yards Act 

Management 1024 

Surveyors Act 

Certificates of Registration 1025 

General 1026 

Surveys Act 

Monuments 1027 

Ontario Co-ordinate System 1028 

Survey Methods 1029 

Technology Centres Act 

Ontario Centre for Resource Machinery Technology .... 1030 

Theatres Act 

General 1031 

Tile Drainage Act 

Borrowing By-Laws, Debentures and Loans 1032 

Tobacco Tax Act 

Forms 1033 

General 1034 

Refunds 1035 

Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act 

General 1036 

Tourism Act 

General 1037 

Trades Qualification Act 

Air Cooled and Marine Engine Mechanic 1038 

Alignment and Brakes Mechanic 1039 

Auto Body Repairer 1040 

Automatic Machinist 1041 

Automotive Machinist 1042 

Automotive Painter 1043 

Baker 1044 

Brick and Stone Mason 1045 

Cement Mason 1046 

Construction Boilermaker 1047 

Construction Millwright 1048 

Cook 1049 

Dry Cleaner 1050 

Electrician 1051 

Farm Equipment Mechanic 1052 

Fitter (Structural Steel/Platework) 1053 

Fuel and Electrical Systems Mechanic 1054 

General 1055 

General Carpenter 1056 

General Machinist 1057 

Glazier and Metal Mechanic 1058 

Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic 1059 

Hoisting Engineer 1060 

Horticulturist 1061 

Industrial Electrician 1062 

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 1063 

Industrial Woodworker 1064 

Ironworker 1065 

Lather 1066 

Lineworker 1067 

Motor Vehicle Mechanic 1068 

Motorcycle Mechanic 1069 

Mould Maker 1070 

Painter and Decorator 1071 

Plasterer 1072 



Reg. 

Plumber 1073 

Printer 1074 

Radio and Television Service Technician 1075 

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Mechanic 1076 

Sheet Metal Worker 1077 

Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer 1078 

Steamfitter 1079 

Tool and Die Maker 1080 

Transmission Mechanic 1081 

Truck-Trailer Repairer 1082 

Watch Repairer 1083 

Transboundary Pollution Reciprocal Access Act 

Reciprocating Jurisdictions 1084 

Travel Industry Act 

General 1085 

Truck Transportation Act 

Conditions of Carriage — 

Carriers of 01 41 — Livestock and 01 

92 — Animal Specialties 1086 

General Freight Carriers 1087 

Household Goods Carriers 1088 

Intermediaries 1089 

Obligations of Licensees 1090 

Operating Licences 1091 

Upholstered and Stuffed Articles Act 

General 1092 

Veterinarians Act 

General 1093 

Vital Statistics Act 

General 1094 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Act 

General 1095 

Weed Control Act 

General 1096 

Wild Rice Harvesting Act 

General 1097 

Wilderness Areas Act 

Wilderness Areas 1098 

Wine Content Act 

Wine Blending Requirements 1099 

Woodlands Improvement Act 

General 1100 

Workers' Compensation Act 

First Aid Requirements 1101 

General 1102 

Pension Plan 1103 



VOLUME 9 



Rules of Civil Procedure 

(Courts of Justice Act) 

Règles de procédure civile 

(Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires) 



194 



194 



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Ontario Water Resources Act 
Loi sur les ressources en eau de l'Ontario 



REGULATION 900 

MUNICIPAL SEWAGE AND WATER AND ROADS 

CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 

PROJECTS 

1. A use, operation, establishment, alteration, enlargement or 
extension of a sewage works approved under Order-in-Council No. 
O.C. 836/87 or O.C. 837/87 made under the Environmental Assess- 
ment Act, copies of which may be found in the public records main- 
tained under section 30 of that Act, or proceeding under subsection 
5 (4) of Regulation 334 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, is 
exempt from the provision in subsections 54 (1) and 55 (1) of the 
Ontario Water Resources Act requiring or permitting the Director to 
hold a hearing. O. Reg. 207/87, s. 1. 



REGULATION 901 
PLUMBING CODE 



CONTENTS 




Section 1 


General Requirements and Administration 


Sub. 1.1 


Application 


Sub. 1.2 


Scope 


Sub. 1.3 


Definitions and Abbreviations 


Sub. 1.4 


Reserved 


Sub. 1.5 


Plumbing Facilities 


Sub. 1.6 


Service Connections 


Sub. 1.7 


Location of Fixtures 


Sub. 1.8 


Inspection and Testing 


Section 2 


Materials and Equipment 


Sub. 2.1 


General 


Sub. 2.2 


Fixtures 


Sub. 2.3 


Traps and Interceptors 


Sub. 2.4 


Pipe Fittings 


Sub. 2.5 


Non-Metallic Pipe and Fittings 


Sub. 2.6 


Ferrous Pipe and Fittings 


Sub. 2.7 


Non-Ferrous Pipe and Fittings 


Sub. 2.8 


Jointing Materials 


Sub. 2.9 


Miscellaneous Materials 


Section 3 


Piping 


Sub. 3.1 


Application 


Sub. 3.2 


Construction and Use of Joints 


Sub. 3.3 


Joints and Connections 


Sub. 3.4 


Support of Piping 


Sub. 3.5 


Protection of Piping 


Sub. 3.6 


Testing of Drainage and Venting Systems 


Sub. 3.7 


Testing of Potable Water Systems 


Section 4 


Drainage Systems 


Sub. 4.1 


Application 


Sub. 4.2 


Connections to Drainage Systems 


Sub. 4.3 


Location of Fixtures 


Sub. 4.4 


Treatment of Sewage and Wastes 


Sub. 4.5 


Traps 




Art. 4.5.1. Floor Drains and Hub Drains 




Art. 4.5.2. Fixture Traps other than 




Floor Drains and Hub Drains 




Art. 4.5.3. Traps other than Fixture 




Traps 


Sub. 4.6 


Arrangements of Drainage Piping 



Sub. 4.7 


Cleanouts 


Sub. 4.8 


Minimum Slope and Length of Drainage Pipes 


Sub. 4.9 


Minimum Size of Drainage Pipes 


Sub. 4.10 


Hydraulic Loads 


Section 5 


Venting System 


Sub. 5.1 


Vent Pipes for Traps 


Sub. 5.2 


Stack Venting— Modified— Loop and Circuit 




and Relief 


Sub. 5.3 


Vent Pipes for Soil or Waste Stacks 


Sub. 5.4 


Miscellaneous Vent Pipes 


Sub. 5.5 


Arrangements of Vent Piping 


Sub. 5.6 


Minimum Size of Vent Pipes 


Sub. 5.7 


Sizing of Vent Pipes and Wet Vents 


Section 6 


Potable Water Systems 


Sub. 6.1 


Arrangement of Piping 


Sub. 6.2 


Protection from Contamination 


Sub. 6.3 


Tanks 


Sub. 6.4 


Reserved 


Sub. 6.5 


Size and Capacity of Pipes 


Section 7 


Storm Drainage Systems 


Sub. 7.1 


Application 


Sub. 7.2 


Materials for Storm Water Drainage 


Sub. 7.3 


Installation 


Sub. 7.4 


Cleaning Considerations 


Section 8 


Proprietary Plumbing 


Sub. 8.1 


Dennitions of a Proprietary Plumbing System 


Sub. 8.2 


Control of Proprietary Plumbing System 



SECTION 1 General Requirements and Administration 
Subsection 1.1. Application 

1.1.1. No person shall construct, repair, renew or alter or cause or 
permit any person to construct, repair, renew or alter any plumbing 
system except in accordance with this Code. 

1.1.2. Despite Article 1.1.1., Regulation 736 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 continues in force in respect of any plumbing 
system, 

(a) for which a permit was issued before the 2Ist day of Decem- 
ber, 1984; or 

(b) for which the working drawings, plans and specifications 
were substantially completed before the 21st day of Decem- 
ber, 1984, and for which an application for a permit under 
the said Regulation was made within three months after 
that date, 

on condition that the plumbing system was commenced within six 
months after the permit was issued. 

Subsection 1.2. Scope 

1.2.1.(1) This Code specifies the minimum requirements for, 

(a) sanitary drainage systems for water-borne wastes in and 
from buildings to the point of connection with the public 
sewer or other point of disposal, and the venting system 
therefor; 

(b) water distributing systems; 

(c) water service pipes; and 



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(d) stonn water disposal systems as set out in Section 7 of this 
Regulation. 

(2) Plumbing appliances including washing machines that are not 
X>\umh'mg fixtures but that depend on 2i plumbing system in order to 
be used shall, for the purpose of designing a plumbing system be con- 
sidered as equal to p\\xmb'mg fixtures. 

(3) This Code does not apply to industrial process systems or 
industrial waste systems unless the industrial system is intercon- 
nected with the plumbing system or storm drainage system, in which 
case the interconnection shall be so designed and installed that the 
plumbing system and storm drainage system are protected against 
contamination or malfunction that may be caused by the industrial 
system. 

(4) This Code does not apply to toilets, including incinerator type 
toilets, dry earth toilets, compost toilets and recirculating toilets, 
having no water supply and no waste pipe connected to a sanitary 
sewer or other point of disposal. 

(5) This Code does not apply lo plumbing systems in travel trail- 
ers or camping equipment. 

(6) In buildings containing two or more dwelling units in which 
there is no unit above another, no plumbing serving a unit shall be 
installed under another unit of the building unless the piping is 
located in a tunnel, pipe corridor, common basement or parking 
garage, so that the piping is accessible for servicing and maintenance 
throughout its length without encroachment on any private living 
space. 

Subsection 1.3. Definitions and Abbreviations 

1.3.1. Definitions of words and phrases used in this Code that are 
not included in the list of definitions in this section shall have the 
meanings which are commonly assigned to them in the context in 
which they are used in this Code, taking into account the specialized 
use of terms by the various trades and professions to which the termi- 
nology applies. 

DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS 

1.3.2. The words and terms in italics in this Code shall have the fol- 
lowing meanings: 

Accessible— means approachable by persons or tools without undue 
hindrance or impediment, such that all obstacles may be removed 
and replaced without the cutting or breaking of materials. 

Air break— means the unobstructed vertical distance between the 
lowest point of an indirect drainage system and the flood level rim 
of the fixture into which it discharges. 

Air gap— means, when referring to a supply system, the unobstructed 
vertical distance through the free atmosphere between the lowest 
opening from any pipe or faucet supplying water to a tank or 
fixture and the flood level rim of the tank or fixture. 

Appliance— means a receptacle or equipment that receives or col- 
lects water, liquids or sewage and discharges water, liquid or 
sewage either directly or indirectly to aplumbing system. 

Area drain— means a drain that is installed to collect surface water 
from an open area. 

Backflow— means a reversal of the normal direction of flow, and 
includes the flow of, 

(a) water from any place; or 

(b) any solid, liquid or gaseous substance or any combination 
thereof. 



into a distributing pipe for potable water so as to cause the water in 
the pipe to become non-potable. 

Backflow preventer— means the use of an air gap to prevent backflow 
or, 

(a) an atmospheric or pressure type vacuum breaker; or 

(b) a device that is certified by CSA to CSA Standard B64 
series-1976 that is used to prevent backflow. 

Back siphonage— means backflow caused by, 

(a) pressure in the distribution system below atmospheric; 

(b) an open supply valve; 

(c) the outlet of a supply valve immersed in a fluid; and 

(d) the absence of protection from backflow including the mal- 
functioning of an existing device. 

Backvent— means a pipe that is installed to vent a trap or waste pipe 
and that is connected to the venting system at a point above the 
fixture served by the trap and "back vented" has a corresponding 
meaning. 

Backwater valve— means a check valve that is designed for use in a 
gravity drainage system. 

Bell trap— means a trap that has the vertical pipe conveying water 
from the trap covered by an inverted bowl so that the water flow- 
ing through the trap is required to pass under the submerged rim 
of the bowl and over the end of the pipe. 

Bottle trap— means a trap that retains water in a closed chamber and 
that seals the water by submerging the inlet pipe or the outlet pipe 
in the liquids or by a partition submerged in the liquids. 

Branch wen/— means a vent pipe that connects one or more individ- 
ual vent pipes to a vent stack or a slack vent. 

Building Control valve— means the valve in a supply system that con- 
trols the flow of potable water from the service pipe to the 
distributing pipe. 

Building drain — meansthe horizontal piping of gravity drainage pip- 
ing in or adjacent to a building or other structure that receives the 
discharge from drainage piping and conveys it to the building 
sewer. 

Building sewer— means that part of drainage piping outside a build- 
ing or other structure that, 

(a) connects a building drain to the main sewer or, where the 
place of disposal of the sewage is on the property, to the 
place of disposal on the property; and 

(b) commences at a point three feet from the outer face of the 
wall of the building or other structure and terminates at the 
property line or place of disposal on the property. 

Building storm drain— means the horizontal piping of storm drainage 
piping in or adjacent to a building or other structure that receives 
the discharge from storm drainage piping and conveys it to the 
building storm sewer and includes offsets. 

Building storm sewer— means that part of storm drainage piping out- 
side a building or other structure that, 

(a) connects the building storm drain to the main storm sewer 
or, where the place of disposal is on the property, to the 
place of disposal on the property; and 

(b) commences at a point three feet from the outer face of the 



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wall of the building or other structure and terminates at the 
property line or place of disposal on the property. 

Building fnip— means a ranning hand hole trap that is installed in a 
building drain to prevent circulation of air between the building 
drain and the building sewer. 

Circuit vent— means a vent that functions for two or more traps and 
extends to a vent slack from a point on a horizontal branch in front 
of the last connected /trture and "circuit vented" has a correspond- 
ing meaning. 

Class 2 Water Closet— means a water closet that does not have a full 
circumference flush rim integral with the bowl or that does not 
meter the volume of flush water used per flush by means of a flush- 
ometer or a float controlled tank. 

Cfeanou/— means a fitting access in a drainage or venting system that 
is installed to provide access for cleaning and inspection and that is 
provided with a readily replaceable air tight cover. 

Cocktail mixing «mV— means a combination food holding tray and 
sink that forms part of the bar facilities where alcoholic beverages 
are dispensed. 

Continuous waste and ve«f— means a vent pipe that is a vertical 
extension of a vertical waste pipe and includes the vertical waste 
pipe- 
Critical level— meam the mark on a back siphonage preventer that 
indicates the greatest depth to which the device can be submerged 
in standing water and continue to serve its intended purpose. 

Dead end— means apipe that terminates in a closed fitting. 

Developed length — means, when referring to apipe, its length along 
the centre line of the pipe and fittings. 

Dimension ratio— means the ratio of the average outside diameter of 
apipe to the minimum wall thickness in the same units. 

Distributing pipe — means apipe that conveys water from a service 
pipe to a fixture or to an outlet and includes the control valves and 
fittings connected to it but does not include a meter or building 
control valve or other device owned and controlled by the supplier 
of the water. 

Double trapping— means a mode of construction of drainage piping 
by which the discharge from a fixture passes through two traps 
between which there is no vent or air break for the relief of air 
from the system. 

Drainage piping— means all pipmg that conveys sanitary sewage to a 
place of disposal, including the building drain, building sewer, soil 
pipe, soil stack, waste stack and waste pipe but not a main sewer, 
private sewer or piping in a sewage treatment plant. 

Drainage System — unless designated as a storm drainage system or an 
industrial waste system, means a system that drains sanitary 
sewage and includes all piping defined as drainage piping and 
where a wet vent is used also includes the wet vent. 

Drum trap— means a trap that has the inlet and outlet ends in the 
sides of the cylindrical body of the trap. 

Dry vent— means a vent pipe that is not a wet vent. 

Dual vent— means a vent pipe that connects at a junction of waste 
pipes serving two fixtures and that serves as a common vent pipe 
for both ^mrei-. 

Dwelling ««// — means a room or suite of rooms that is used or 
intended to be used as a domicile by one or more persons and that 
usually contains cooking, eating, living, sleeping and sanitary facil- 
ities. 



Effective opening— means the cross-sectional area of a faucet, fitting 
or pipe at the point of discharge. 

Factory built housing— means housing that is partly or totally built in 
a factory and then transported in sections or as a complete unit to 
a site where it is erected or stationed and provided with the neces- 
sary services to make it a habitable unit and that, when occupied, 
does not have wheels, tires, axles, brakes or road lamps. 

Faucet— means a water tap. 

First— means, when used with reference to the connection of a 
fixture to a horizontal branch, nearest to the waste stack, soil stack 
or building drain. 

Fixture or plumbing fixture— means a receptacle or equipment that 
receives water, liquids or sanitary sewage and discharges water, 
liquids or sanitary sewage directly into drainage piping. 

Fixture drain— means the pipe that connects the trap and fixture out- 
let pipe serving a fixture to another part of a drainage system. 

Fixture outlet pipe— means apipe that connects the waste opening of 
a fixture to the trap serving \Y\e fixture. 

Fixture unit— means a value assigned in various multiples to plumb- 
ing /ùrmrei and appliances that serves as a common denominator 
in the summation of hydraulic loads and the calculation of appro- 
priatepipe sizes to conduct the loads. 

Flashing— means a weather stop that surrounds a pipe at a place 
where the pipe protrudes through a roof or an outside wall of a 
building. 

Flood level— means the level at which water begins to overflow the 
top or rim of a fixture. 

Floor drain— means a drain that receives water from a floor of a 
building so that water passing down through a strainer or grate 
enters a connected drainage pipe and includes any ancillary part 
that is located between the strainer and the connected pipe or a 
nipple. 

Flush va/ve— means a valve that flushes a sa^/tory unit. 

Flushometer— means a self closing/?ui/i valve with a built-in hydraul- 
ically operated metering mechanism. 

Force main— means a sanitary drainage pipe through which sanitary 
sewage is conveyed by mechanical or pneumatic propulsion. 

Foundation drain— means a drain that is installed below the surface 
of the ground to collect and convey water from the foundation of a 
building or other structure. 

Fresh air inlet— means a vent pipe that is installed on a building drain 
in conjunction with a building trap and terminates in open air. 

Gang trapped— means that the fixture outlet piping from a group of 
two or more fixtures or other drainage openings is so arranged that 
all the fixtures or other drainage openings drain to a common trap, 
but does not include a trap that is a building trap or the trap of a 
fixture that receives waste from one or more indirect waste pipes. 

Grade— when used with reference to a pipe, means its slope with 
respect to the true horizontal, and "graded" has a corresponding 
meaning. 

Weader— means apipe that is installed to provide an interconnection 
between two or more pipes all of which perform a similar or identi- 
cal function. 

Horizontal— means departing from the true horizontal plane by less 
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Horizontal branch — means that part of a waste pipe that is horizontal 
and installed to convey the discharge from more than one fixture. 

Hub drain— means a drain opening for liquid wastes that does not 
serve as a floor drain, that has the same pipe size, material and 
venting requirements as a floor drain and that has a flood level rim 
at such a level that wastes are discharged directly into the drain 
opening. 

Indirect waste— means waste that is not discharged directly into a 
drainage system. 

Indirect waste pipe— means a waste pipe that does not connect 
directly with drainage piping. 

Infi-onl of— means, when used with reference to the point of connec- 
tion of a fixture to a horizontal branch, in the direction of dis- 
charge. 

/mpector— means a person who is appointed or authorized by law to 
carry out the inspections prescribed by this Code. 

Interceptor— means a receptacle that prevents oil, grease, sand or 
other unwanted materials from passing into drainage piping. 

Last— means, when used with reference to the point of connection of 
a fixture to a horizontal branch, farthest from the waste stack, soil 
stack or building drain to which the horizontal branch is con- 
nected. 

Loop vent— means a branch vent that functions for two or more traps 
and loops back or extends to a stack vent from a point in front of 
the last connection of a fixture to a horizontal branch and "loop 
vented" has a corresponding meaning. 

Main sewer— means a public sewer and its branches, and where there 
is a private .sewer, includes Ihe private sewer. 

Mobile home— means a structure that is permanently equipped with 
the necessary axles, wheels, tires, brakes and road lamps or reflec- 
tors to permit it to be moved about on a highway and that is used 
or is intended to be used as a year-round shelter or dwelling place. 

Modified stack venting— means a stack venting arrangement where 
the stack vent above the connection of the highest stack vented 
fixture is reduced in diameter. 

Multiple unit dwelling— means a building that is so constructed, 
altered or used as to provide accommodation for more than one 
family to dwell separately and includes flats, duplex and multiple 
housing, row housing, condominium housing and residence apart- 
ment buildings but does not include apartment hotels. 

O^er— means a combination of elbows or bends that moves a sec- 
tion of a pipe out of its line and into a parallel line with another 
section of pipe. 

Open air— means the atmosphere outside a building. 

Outlet— means, when used with reference to distributing pipe, an 
opening that is designed for the discharge of water from the 
potable water system. 

Pipe or piping— includes tube and tubing and fittings when these are 
not dealt with separately. 

Plumber— means a plumber as defined in Regulation 1073 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Trades 
Qualification Act. 

Plumbing— includes, 

(a) a system of connected piping, fittings, valves and appurte- 
nances that receives water from a private source of supply 
or from a public water main and conveys the water into and 



within a building or to a place of use on a property and 
where the source is on the property, that commences at the 
source of supply or at the property line including all tanks, 
pumps, heaters, coils, strainers and treatment devices 
designed to make physical, chemical or bacteriological 
changes in the water being conveyed; 

(b) fixtures and fixture trim; 

(c) drainage piping, including all traps, fittings and appurte- 
nances; 

(d) storm drainage piping; and 

(e) a venting system, including all fittings and appurtenances; 
but does not include, 

(f) a system of piping, 

(i) for space heating in which water is used as a medium 
to transfer heat, 

(ii) in which liquids or vapours are circulated for the pur- 
pose of cooling or refrigeration, 

(iii) through which air is passed for the purpose of con- 
trolling the temperature, humidity or motion of air 
passing through the system, 

(iv) that consists of piping that conveys water primarily 
for the purpose of fire control, 

(v) that conveys water for the purpose of providing 
water or nutrients to the soil, 

(vi) that conveys water for the purpose of landscaping or 
for the care of animals, birds or fish, 

(vii) that transmits force by means of water or by means 
of a liquid other than water in which water is used 
for cooling, 

(viii) that conveys liquids for the purpose of melting ice or 
snow, 

(ix) that uses water in the conveyance of flammable gas 
or fuel; 

(x) that is a private sewer, or 

(xi) that is a private water supply pipe and that is part of 
the building site services and that serves as a source 
of supply on the property to more than one service 
pipe; or 

(g) a well, a well pump installed for the purpose of conveying 
water from a well, a pressure tank and pump if the tank and 
pump are combined as a unit, the piping between any well 
pump and the well, the piping between a well pump and a 
pressure tank that is installed separate from the pump and 
the connection of the piping to such pressure tank, and 
when there is no well pump, any piping connected to the 
well for a distance of three feet from the outside of the well. 

Potable water— means water that is fit for human consumption. 

Potable water system— means the plumbing that conveys potable 
water. 

Private sewer— means a sewer, other than a building sewer or a 
building storm sewer that, 

(a) is not owned or operated by a municipality, the Minister of 
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(b) receives drainage from more than one building drain either 
directly or through one or more building sewers or receives 
drainage from more than one building storm drain either 
directly or through one or more building storm sewers; and 

(c) for the purpose oi plumbing serves as a place of disposal on 
the property, 

but does not include, 

(d) a sewer that carries only the sanitary waste or stormwater 
from two semidetached dwelling units; 

(e) a sewer that carries only the sanitary waste or stormwater 
from one main building that is of industrial, commercial or 
institutional occupancy and one ancillary building; or 

(f) a sewer that carries only the sanitary waste or stormwater 
from a row housing complex having five or fewer single 
family residences. 

Public washroom— meam any room that contains one or more 
plumbing fixtures and to which, 

(a) employees of a business or institution; 

(b) patrons of, or visitors to, a place of business; 

(c) students, patients, inmates or visitors of an institution; 

(d) the travelling or transient public; or 

(e) the tenants of an apartment building or owners of a condo- 
minium, 

would expect to have access for the purpose of using the plumbing 
fixtures without any special permission. 

Rain water leader— means a pipe inside a building or other structure 
that conveys storm water from the roof of the building or other 
structure to a building storm drain or other place of disposal. 

Relief vent— means a went pipe that discharges into a vent stack and 
that is connected to a horizontal branch between the first fixture 
connection and the soil stack or waste stack. 

Replacement water heater— means a water heater that, 

(a) replaces an existing water heater that is being taken out of 
service; 

(b) is installed in essentially the same location as the water 
heater it replaces; and 

(c) uses the same fuel or other heating medium as the water 
heater it replaces. 

Rim— means the unobstructed open edge of a fixture. 

Riser— means a supply pipe that extends through at least one full 
storey to convey potable water. 

Sanitary sewage— means any liquid waste that may contain matter in 
suspension or solution but does not include storm water. 

Sanitary unit— means a water closet, urinal, bidet or bed pan washer. 

Service pipe— means the pipe and fittings that convey potable water 
from the streetline or source of supply on a property to a building 
control valve. 

Service water heater— means a device that heats water for plumbing 
fixtures and appliances. 



Sewage tank— means a storage tank for sewage that is totally 
enclosed except for the connected piping. 

Soil «acA:— means a stack that conveys the discharge of one or more 
sanitary units with or without the discharge from any other fixture. 

5/ac<:— means, when used as a noun, a vertical soil, waste or vent 
pipe that serves one or more fixtures. 

Stack venting— means, when used with reference to fixtures, an 
arrangement such that the connection of the drainage piping from 
the stack vented fixtures to the stack provides venting to the fixture 
traps so that no additional \ent piping is required. 

Stack vent— means the extension of a sod stack or waste stack above 
the highest connection of a waste pipe to the stack. 

Standing waste— means a length of vertical pipe that is fitted into the 
waste opening of a sink so that the sink is stopped until the water 
level rises to the top of the pipe. 

Standing waste pipe— means a vertical pipe that terminates in an open 
end and that is designed to receive discharge oi indirect waste. 

Structural change— means, when used to refer to a building, an alter- 
ation, defacement or removal of any permanent structural member 
or surface of the building. 

Storey— means the interval between two successive floor levels, or 
the floor level and the roof, beginning at the first floor above the 
building drain. 

Storm drainage piping— means all the connected piping that conveys 
storm water to a place of disposal and includes the building storm 
drain, building storm sewer, rain water leader, an area drain 
installed to collect surface water from the area of a building and 
the piping that drains water from a swimming pool or from water 
cooled air conditioning equipment but does not include, 

(a) a main storm sewer; 

(b) a sub-surface drain ; 

(c) a foundation drain; or 

(d) a private sewer. 

Storm water— means rain water, melted snow or ice and water that is 
in the subsoil. 

5«Mra(>i— means a drain that is at a level lower than the building 
drain and the building sewer. 

Sub-surface drain— means a drain, other than a foundation drain that 
is installed to collect water from subsoil. 

Sump— means a watertight tank or pit that is open to the atmosphere 
and, 

(a) that receives storm water or other liquid waste that does not 
require treatment as sanitary sewage; and 

(b) from which the storm water or liquid waste the tank or pit 
receives is discharged to a sewer or other point of disposal. 

Supply system— \nc\\ides the service pipe, distributing pipe and all 
connecting pi/wi-, fittings, control valves and devices that are used 
in the distribution o( potable water. 

Trade iize— means any size designation traditionally used by the 
trade that is restricted to products or classes of products manufac- 
tured to a standard or specification so that the designated trade size 
may be referred to an industry accepted table or chart that pro- 
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Trap— means a fitting or device that provides a liquid seal to prevent 
the emission of sewer gases without materially affecting the flow of 
sewage or waste water through it. 



Trap seal— means the vertical depth of water between the weir of the 
trap and the trap dip. 



Trap standard— meat\s a fixture trap that is part of the support of the 
fixture. 



Vacuum breaker— means a device that is used in a water supply pipe 
that will, when strategically located, prevent the reverse flow of 
water in the pipe by admitting air to the pipe and preclude any 
back siphonage from occurring. 



Vent stack— means a continuous run of vent pipe that is connected to 
a soil stack, waste stack or building drain and that terminates in the 
open air. 



Venting system — means a system of piping that is installed to provide 
a flow of air to or from drainage piping, and that terminates in 
open air but does not include ventilation of air space in a room or 
building. 



Kerti'cfl/— means departing from the true horizontal plane by 45° or 
more. 



Vertical feg— means the vertical portion of a fixture drain. 



Waste pipe— means that part of drainage piping that runs from a 
fixture directly to a waste stack, soil stack, building drain, 
horizontal branch or sewage tank. 



Waste stack— means a stack that conducts liquid wastes from one or 
more plumbingfixtures that are not sanitary units. 



Water purveyor— means the owner or operator of a water works. 



Wet vent— means a waste pipe that also functions as a vent pipe. 



Yoke vent— means a pneumatic balance tube that connects a soil 
stack or waste stack to a vent stack. 



Abbreviations 



1.3.3. Abbreviations in this Code for the names of organizations or 
authorities have the following meanings: 



ASPE American Society of Plumbing Engineers 

(16161 Ventura Blvd., Suite 107, Encino, California 91436 
U.S.A.) 

ASSE American Society of Sanitary Engineering 

(P.O. Box 9172, Bay Village, OH 44140 U.S.A.) 

ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials 

(1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 U.S.A.) 

AWWA American Water Works Association, Ontario Section 
(#45 23rd Street, Toronto, Ontario M8V 3M6) 

CGSB Canadian General Standards Board 

(c/o Department of Supply and Services, 88 Metcalfe 
Street, Ottawa, Ontario Kl A 0S5) 

CSA Canadian Standards Association 

(178 Rexdale Boulevard, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 1R3) 

NBC National Building Code of Canada 

(National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario 
K1A0R6) 

ULC Underwriters Laboratories of Canada 

(7 Crouse Road, Scarborough, Ontario MIR 3A9) 

1.3.4. Abbreviations of words and phrases in this Code have the 
following meanings: 



ABS 


acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene 


CPVC 


chlorinated poly (vinyl chloride) 


deg 


degree(s) 


diam. 


diameter 


DR 


dimension ratio 


°C 


degree(s) Celsius 


"F 


degree(s) Fahrenheit 


ft. 


foot (feet) 


ft/sec 


foot (feet) per second 


gal. 


gallon(s) 


gpm 


gallon(s) per minute 


hr. 


hour(s) 


in. 


inch(es) 


lb. 


pound(s) 


L.E. 


latest edition 


max. 


maximum 



ACNBC Associate Committee on the National Building Code 

(National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario 
K1A0R6) 



ANSI American National Standards Institute 

(1430 Broadway, New York, New York 10018 U.S.A.) 



ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air- 
Conditioning Engineers 

(345 East 47th Street, New York, New York 10017 U.S.A.) 



mm. minimum 

min. minute(s) 

No. number(s) 

oz. ounce(s) 

psf pound(s) per square foot 

psi pound(s) per square inch 

psig pound(s) per square inch gauge 



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PVC poly (vinyl chloride) 
SDR standard dimension ratio 



S.I. 

sq. ft. 
sq. in. 
temp. 



/ 



System International (the particular system of metric 
weights and measures adopted by the government of 
Canada) 

square foot (feet) 

square inch(es) 

temperature 

Subsection 1.4. Reserved 

Subsection 1.5. Plumbing Facilities 

l.S.l. Where a private swimming pool is connected to a plumbing 
system, the potable water supply to the pool shall be protected by a 
backflow preventer and the drain of the pool shall be protected from 
the backup of sanitary sewage into the pool. 

Subsection 1.6. Service Connections 

1.6.1. Every drainage system shall be connected to a sewage system 
referred to in Regulation 358 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, a public sanitary sewer, a public combined sewer or a private 
sewer. 

1.6.2. Storm drainage pipe connections shall be in accordance with 
Section 7. 

1.6^.(1) Every water distributing system shall be connected by a 
service pipe to a public water main or other source of supply. 

(2) No non-potable water shall be supplied to any plumbing fix- 
ture where a supply oi potable water is available. 

(3) Despite Sentence (2), where a supply of potable water is 
unavailable or insufficient to supply water to a plumbing system, 
non-potable water may be used for the flushing of sanitary units or 
the priming of traps, and the piping conducting the non-potable water 
shall be plainly and permanently marked as such. 

Subsection 1.7. Location of Fixtures 

1.7.1.(1) No plumbing fixtures shall be installed in a room that is 
not heated, lighted and ventilated in accordance with the appropriate 
requirements set out in Part 3, 6 or 9 of Regulation 61 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

(2) No plumbing fixture shall be installed in a public washroom 
unless all walls and flooring around and under every bath tub, 
shower bath, lavatory and every sanitary unit are of material that is 
impervious to water. 

Subsection 1.8. Inspection and Testing 

1.8.1.(1) Every municipality shall carry out or cause to be carried 
out such inspections of plumbing as will establish the compliance or 
non-compliance of plumbing with this Code. 

(2) No plumbing that has been constructed, repaired, renewed or 
altered shall be put into use until it is inspected and found to be in 
compliance with this Code. 

(3) Sentence (2) does not apply where, 

(a) a valve /fluce/, fixture or leak is repaired; 

(b) a valve, /auce/ or fixture is replaced; 

(c) a stoppage is forced out; or 



(d) a replacement water heater is installed. 

(4) Provided that there are no stop work orders or notices of non- 
conformance outstanding against the plumbing, where a municipality 
is notified in writing that a construction, repair, renewal or alteration 
of plumbing is ready for inspection, the municipality shall within 
seven days of the notification make or cause an inspection to be 
made. 

(5) An inspector may refuse to make an inspection of any 
plumbing where the plumbing is concealed until the plumbing is 
completely uncovered and made accessible to the inspector. 

(6) Where a municipality makes or causes an inspection to be 
made, the person calling for the inspection shall conduct any tests 
required by the municipality under Subsection 3.6 or 3.7 and the 
tests shall be observed by an inspector. 

(7) Where an inspector finds that the construction, repair, 
renewal or alteration of plumbing is not in compliance with this 
Code, the inspector shall forward particulars in writing of the non- 
compliance to the permit holder and, where the permit holder is not 
the owner of the premises, the owner or other person having the 
right to possession of the premises shall be given a copy of the writ- 
ten particulars. 

(8) Where plumbing that has been constructed, repaired, 
renewed or altered is inspected and found not to comply with this 
Code and the plumbing is subsequently repaired to correct the non- 
compliance, the plumbing shall be re-inspected in accordance with 
Sentences (4), (5) and (6) and shall not be put into use unless it is 
found to be in compliance with this Code. 

(9) Where an inspector finds on an inspection that a repair, 
renewal or alteration complies with this Code, the inspector shall 
forthwith certify in writing that the construction, repair, renewal or 
alteration is in compliance with this Code and the inspector shall for- 
ward a copy of the certificate to the holder of the permit and, where 
the permit holder is not the owner of the premises, the owner or 
other person having the right of possession of the premises shall be 
given a copy of the certificate. 

(10) Where a municipality has reason to believe that a plumbing 
fixture or appliance connected to aplumbing system or the operation 
thereof may, 

(a) contaminate or endanger a potable water supply; 

(b) leave or tend to leave any opening into a drainage or 
venting system within a building with less than one inch of 
water seal; or 

(c) discharge waste from the plumbing system so that it 
becomes a nuisance or a source of water pollution, 

or that a service water heater fails to meet the installation require- 
ments set out in this Code, the municipality shall inspect or cause an 
inspection to be made so as to ascertain whether or not there is com- 
pliance with this Code. O. Reg. 815/84, Section 1; O. Reg. 67.5/85, 
ss. 1-4. 

SECTION 2— Materials and Equipment 

Subsection 2.1. General 

2.1.1.(1) All components of a plumbing system shall be installed so 
that the materials are compatible. 

(2) Where a minimum pipe size is prescribed in this Code as part 
of a plumbing system, a larger size may be used if the overall efficacy 
of the system will not be diminished by the increased size. 

(3) Apipe or pipe fitting shall only be installed in aplumbing sys- 
tem where the pipe or pipe fitting is of a type that is referred to in 



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that section of this Code that is applicable to the particular pipe or 
pipe fitting being installed. 

2.1.2. No used, defective or damaged material shall be used in a 
plumbing system unless, when it is installed, it complies with the 
requirements for new materials in this Code. 

2.U. Materials and equipment that have been used for a purpose 
other than the distribution oi potable water shall not subsequently be 
used in a potable water system. 

2.1.4. Pipe, fittings and other equipment or components bearing 
standard symbols, logos or certification markings shall as far as possi- 
ble be installed so as to leave the markings visible and legible after 
the installation is complete. 

2.1.5.(1) Where a component of a plumbing system is required by 
this Code to comply with a standard and the compliance is not certi- 
fied by a testing agency accredited by the Standards Council of 
Canada for the testing of the component in question and, when an 
inspector requests proof of the compliance, proof of compliance shall 
be produced by the person proposing to install or have installed the 
component, and without such proof the component shall not be 
installed as a permanent part of any plumbing system. 

(2) The lack of certification markings on a product or plumbing 
component shall be regarded as evidence that no certification exists. 

(3) If a component of a plumbing system is required to be certi- 
fied to a standard, 

(a) the certification shall be made by a testing agency 
accredited for that purpose by the Standards Council of 
Canada; and 

(b) the certification markings shall be placed on the plumbing 
component if practicable. 

2.1.6. Where a plumbing component is required to comply with or 
be certified to a standard, the limitations contained in the standard 
shall also limit what is permitted in this Code. 

Subsection 2.2. Fixtures 

2.2.1.(1) Every exposed area of fixture shall have a smooth, hard 
corrosion resistant surface, free from flaws and blemishes that may 
interfere with cleaning. 

(2) Sentence (1) does not apply to a surface designed to be slip- 
proof. 

2.2.2.(1) Every class 2 water closet shall, 

(a) be designed to be permanently mounted; 

(b) be equipped with a water supply that will dilute sanitary 
sewage to the point where it can be discharged through a 
nominally horizontal pipe by gravity flow; 

(c) be equipped with a piped discharge that discharges to a sep- 
tic tank or as otherwise permitted by Regulation 358 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990; 

(d) where it is designed to store sanitary sewage between peri- 
ods of use, be ventilated directly from the toilet to open air 
or be chemically treated so that the room in which it is 
located is free of objectionable odours. 

(2) No class 2 water closet shall connect to a public sewer or 
private sewer. 

2.2J.(1) No concrete laundry tub shall be installed as part of a 
plumbing system. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), a concrete laundry tub may be installed 



as part of a plumbing system in a single family dwelling when it is 
requested to be installed by the owner of the dwelling and the owner 
lives in the dwelling. 

2.2.4.(1) Every shower receptor shall be so constructed and 
arranged that water cannot leak through the walls or floor. 

(2) Not more than six shower heads shall be served by a single 
waste opening. 

(3) Where two or more shower heads are served by one waste 
opening, the floor shall be sloped and the opening located so that 
water from one shower head cannot flow over the area that serves 
another head. 

(4) Where the floor in the shower area is part of a building, the 
cross-section of the floor shall contain a shower safe or water stop 
that is made of non-ferrous sheet metal or a rubber or plastic mem- 
brane, and where the protected floor area adjoins a perimeter wall, 
the water stop shall be turned up at least four inches above the waste 
opening. 

2.2.5. A water closet installed in a public washroom shall be of the 
blow out, siphon jet or reverse trap type and shall be provided with a 
seat having an open front. 

2.2.6.(1) Where a plumbing fixture is provided with an overflow, 
the plumbing ^/«re shall be so constructed that it is in compliance 
with the applicable standard for ihc fixture. 

(2) Where a plumbing fixture is provided with an overflow, and 
the applicable standard for the ^\\imh\n% fixture does not contain a 
standard for an overflow, \.he fixture shall be so constructed that, 

(a) the minimum cross-sectional area of the overflow pipe or 
passage is at least V2 of the cross-sectional area of the 
fixture outlet pipe or one square inch, whichever is the 
greater; 

(b) the overflow drains to Ihe. fixture outlet pipe on the inlet side 
of the trap; 

(c) the overflow can be readily and effectively cleaned; and 

(d) when \he fixture is stopped, the water in \he fixture does not 
rise in the overflow passage and when Ihe fixture is drained, 
all liquid drains from the overflow passage. 

(3) A lavatory that does not have an overflow shall be equipped 
with a centre outlet waste fitting. 

(4) No sink used for dishwashing or food preparation shall have 
an overflow. 

(5) For the purposes of Sentence (4), an overflow does not 
include a standing waste. 

2.2.7. No trough urinal shall be used as part of a plumbing system. 

Subsection 2.3. Traps and Interceptors 

2.3.1.(1) Subject to Sentences (3), (4) and (5), every trap shall 
have, 

(a) a trap seal at least 1 V2 inches in depth; 

(b) a water seal that does not depend on the action of moving 
parts; 

(c) no internal partitions except as permitted by Sentence (7); 
and 

(d) flow characteristics compatible with the wastes normally 
drained through the trap. 



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(2) Every P trap that serves a lavatory, a sink or a laundry tub 
shall, 

(a) be provided with a cleanout plug that is corrosion resistant 
and that provides a water tight closure and that is of a diam- 
eter at least half the nominal trap size and located so that it 
will drain the trap dip when removed; or 

(b) be designed so that part of the trap, except for the fixture 
outlet pipe, can be completely removed by screwed unions 
or compression connections for cleaning purposes. 

(3) No drum trap shall be used as a fixture trap unless it is also 
required to serve as an interceptor and is provided with cleanout 
access. 

(4) No bell trap or an S trap shall be used as a fixture trap. 

(5) Despite Sentence (4), an S trap standard may be used on a 
sink having a waste pipe of two inches or larger. 

(6) No bottle trap shall be used in aplumbing system. 

(7) Despite Sentence (6), a bottle trap may be used on a labora- 
tory sink or other fixture equipped with corrosion resistant pipe and 
fittings. 

(8) No running trap shall be installed in aplumbing system unless 
an accessible handhole is provided for cleaning of the trap, and where 
the trap is too small to accommodate a handhole, a cleanout shall be 
provided. 

2.3.2.(1) Every interceptor shall be so designed that it can be read- 
ily cleaned. 

(2) Every grease interceptor shall be so designed that it does not 
become air bound. 

(3) Where a grease interceptor is equipped with a cooling coil or a 
water jacket or both, the cooling coil or water jacket shall not be 
directly connected to apotable water supply. 

Subsection 2.4. Pipe Fittings (restricted in application) 

2.4.1.(1) No T fitting shall be used in drainage piping, except to 
connect a ventpjpe. 

(2) No cross fitting shall be used in a drainage system. 

2.4.2.(1) No sanitary T fitting shall be used in a nominally 
horizontal drainage pipe, except to connect a vent pipe. 

(2) A bend, elbow, sanitary T or other eased branch connection 
used in drainage piping of four inch size or smaller shall have a centre 
line turning radius not less than the nominal diameter of the fitting. 

(3) Where the branch diameter on a branch fitting is less than the 
diameter of the run, the turning radius of the branch shall be deter- 
mined from the diameter of the branch and tangency of the branch 
and the run shall be at the perimeter of the run. 

(4) A double TY fitting used to connect two horizontal waste 
pipes to a vertical section of a stack shall have a vertical run of not less 
than three in. diameter and shall have branch connections of IVa, 1 Vi 
or two inch trade size. 

(5) No double Y or double combination Y and Vfeth bend shall be 
installed in a horizontal drainage pipe. 

(6) No pipe fitting, joint or connection that would tend to inter- 
cept solids or reduce the flow through a pipe by more than 10% shall 
be used in aplumbing system. 

(7) Where a run of drainage piping is increased to a larger diame- 
ter or reduced to a smaller diameter, the change in diameter shall be 



accomplished by the use of a fitting that connects the two diameters 
by a conical section and where the nominal diameter of one or both 
of the pipes is six inches or less, the angle between the centre line and 
the side of the cone shall not exceed 45°. 

(8) Where a branch of a different material is to be connected to a 
\ead pipe, a stub of lead branch of appropriate diameter to connect to 
the branch of the different material shall be wiped to the \ead pipe. 

Subsection 2.5. Non-Metallic Pipe and Fittings 

2.5.1.(1) Asbestos-cement drainage pipe, couplings and fittings for 
a drain, waste or vent shall be certified to CSA Standard B127.1- 
M1977. 

(2) Asbestos-cement pipe and fittings used in a drainage system 
inside or under a building shall be at least three inchpipe size. 

2.5.2. Asbestos-cement pipe, couplings and fittings used in a drain 
and sewer shall be selected and installed to comply with the manufac- 
turer's recommendations for asbestos-cement pipe, couplings and fit- 
tings. 

2.5.3.(1) Vitrified clay pipe and fittings shall be certified to CSA 
Standard A60.1-M1967, Vitrified Clay Pipe. 

(2) Couplings and joints for vitrified clay pipe shall be certified to 
CSA Standard A60.3-M1976, Vitrified Clay Pipe Joints. 

(3) No vitrified clay pipe and fittings shall be used in aplumbing 
system, except for an underground part of a drainage system. 

2.5.4. Concrete pipe that is used in an underground building sewer 
shall comply with CSA Standard A257-M1982. 

2.5.5.(1) Polyethylene water pipe or tube shall be certified to CSA 
Standard B137.I-M1983, Polyethylene Pipe, tubing and fittings for 
cold water pressure services, and shall have a rated working pressure 
of 150 psi or more. 

(2) Polyethylene water pipe or tube shall only be used in under- 
ground installations in service pipe or distributing pipe. 

(3) Where polyethylene water pipe is used as described in Sen- 
tence (2), the end of the pipe inside the building shall be brought 
above ground for a distance not greater than eighteen inches. 

(4) Polyethylene pipe or tube fittings and jointing materials shall 
be installed in accordance with the applicable sections of CSA Stan- 
dard B137.1-M1983. 

2.5.6.(1) PVC water pipe and PVC fittings used with PVC water 
pipe shall be certified to CSA Standard B137.3-M1981, Rigid Poly 
(vinyl chloride) (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications, and all joints 
and connections shall comply with section 4 of that standard. 

(2) PVC water pipe and fittings shall have a rated working pres- 
sure of 150 psi or greater and no PVC water pipe or fitting shall carry 
water of more than 100°F. 

(3) No plastic pipe shall be used where a water service pipe enters 
a building at a location where it will be subject to shear stresses 
between the foundation wall and the surrounding back fill, unless the 
plastic pipe is sleeved by a steel or ductile iron pipe embedded in or 
firmly attached to the foundation wall so as to remove any shear 
stresses. 

2.5.7.(1) CPVC pressure pipe and fittings shall be used as 
distributing pipe only where, 

(a) nominally horizontal piping is supported in accordance with 
Article 3.4.5.; and 

(b) the pipe and fittings are certified to CSA Standard BI37.6- 
1971 and the working stresses including temperatures and 



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pressures imposed on the pipe or fittings are within the lim- 
its set by the said Standard and by the CSA pubhcation 
B137.16M.1983 Recommended Practice. 

(2) Polybutylene pressure pipe or tube and fittings shall be used 
as distributing pipe only where, 

(a) the piping is supported so that it can be drained in above 
ground installations; and 

(b) polybutylene hot and cold water distributing piping and 
fittings are certified to CSA Standard B137.8-M1977. 

(3) Where polybutylene pressure pipe or tube and fittings are used 
in above ground installations, the pipe shall be supported with hang- 
ers so that sags do not develop that will trap the line. 

(4) Polybutylene piping and fittings that are installed as service 
pipe shall be certified to CSA Standard B137.7-M1983. 

(5) Where polybutylene pipe or tube and fittings are used under- 
ground for a service pipe, the end of Ihe pipe inside the building shall 
be brought above ground for a distance not less than twelve inches 
and not greater than eighteen inches. 

2.5.8.(1) Plastic pipe, fittings and solvent cement used underground 
inside or outside a building in a drainage system shall be certified to, 

(a) CSA Standard CAN3-B181.1-M85 ABS Drain, Waste and 
Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings; 

(b) CSA Standard CAN3-B181.2-M85 PVC Drain, Waste and 
Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings; 

(c) CSA Standard B182.1-M1983, Plastic Drain and Sewer 
Pipe and Pipe Fittings; 

(d) CSA Standard B182.2-M1983, Large-Diameter, Type PSM 
PVC Sewer Pipe and Fittings; 

(e) CSA Standard B182.3-M1983, Large-Diameter, Type IPS 
PVC Sewer Pipe and Fittings; or 

(f) CSA Standard B137.3-M1981, Rigid Poly (vinyl 
chloride) (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications, 

as the case may be. 

(2) Plastic pipe used as described in Sentence (1) shall have a 
dimension ratio of thirty-five or less. 

(3) Pipe fittings made of polymeric plastic and used with asbestos 
cement sev/erpipe shall be designed for the purpose and shall be cer- 
tified to CSA Standard B127.1-M1977. 

2.5.9. Plastic pipe and fittings and solvent cement that are used 
with the pipe inside a building above the lowest floor in a drainage or 
venting system shall be certified to, 

(a) CSA Standard CAN3-B181.1-M85, ABS Drain, Waste and 
Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings; 

(b) CSAStandardCAN3-B181.2-M85, PVC Drain, Waste and 
Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings; or 

(c) CSA Standard B181. 3-1971, Polyolefm Laboratory Drain- 
age Systems. 



Subsection 2.6. Ferrous Pipe and Fittings 

2.6.1.(1) Drainage piping, vent piping and fittings made of cast iron 
and any mechanical coupling equipment used therewith shall be cer- 
tified to CSA Standard B70-M1978. 

(2) No cast iron soil pipe and fittings shall be used in a water sup- 
ply system. 

2.6.2. Cast iron fittings designed for use with asbestos cement pipe 
for drainage purposes shall be certified to CSA Standard B127.1- 
M1977. 

2.6.3. Ductile iron water pipe shall comply with ANSI/A WWA 
Standard C151/A21.51-1981, Ductile Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast in 
Metal Molds or Sand-Lined Molds for Water or other Liquids. 

2.6.4.(1) No welded and seamless steel pipe shall be used in a 
plumbing system except as provided in Sentences (2) to (6). 

(2) Galvanized steel pipe may be used in a water service of 1 Vt in. 
size or larger or a drainage or a venting system above ground inside a 
building. 

(3) Where galvanized steel pipe is used in a drainage system, it 
shall be used with drainage fittings. 

(4) No steel pipe shall be used in a potable water distributing sys- 
tem except in locations where the pipe remains accessible for mainte- 
nance and repair without structural changes to the building and all 
pipe and fittings of two inch size and smaller are zinc galvanized. 

(5) All steel piping shall comply with ASTM Standard A120 or 

A53. 

(6) All steelpipe of four inch size and smaller shall be schedule 40 
or heavier and fittings of less than two inch size shall be galvanized 
screw fittings. 

(7) Water distributing piping of two inch size or larger may be 
used with industrial type fittings where the industrial type fittings are 
used in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. 

Subsection 2.7. Non-Ferrous Pipe and Fittings 

2.7.1.(1) Copper pipe shall comply with ASTM Standard B42-83, 
Seamless Copper Pipe, Standard Sizes. 

(2) Brass pipe shall comply with ASTM Standard B43-79, Seam- 
less Red Brass Pipe, Standard Sizes. 

2.7.2. Brass or bronze pipe flanges and flanged fittings shall comply 
with ANSI Standard B16.24-1971, Bronze Flanges and Flanged Fit- 
tings, 150 and 300 lb. 

2.7.3.(1) Brass or bronze threaded pressure fittings shall comply 
with ANSI Standard B16.15-1978, Cast Bronze Threaded Fittings, 
Class 125 and 250. 

(2) No brass or bronze threaded pressure fittings shall be used in 
a drainage system. 

2.7.4.(1) Where copper tube is used in a plumbing system, it shall 
comply with, 

(a) ASTM Standard B88-83 Seamless Copper Water Tube; or 

(b) ASTM Standard B306-76 Copper Drainage Tube (DWV). 
(2) Copper tube shall be used in accordance with Table 2.7.A. 



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TABLE 2.7.A. 



Forming Part of Sentence 2.7.4.(2) 



PLUMBING PURPOSES 


Type 

Copper 

Tube 


Water 

Service 

Pipe 


Water 

Distributing 

System 


Building 
Sewer 


Drainage 
System 


Venting 
System 






Under 
Ground 


Above 
Ground 




Under 
Ground 


Above 
Ground 


Under 
Ground 


Above 
Ground 


Col. 1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


Khard 

Ksoft 

Lhard 

Lsoft 

M hard 

M soft 

DWV 


N 
P 

N 
P 

N 
N 
N 


N 
P 

N 
P 

N 
N 
N 


P 

P* 

P 

P* 

P 

N 

N 


P 

N 
P 

N 
N 
N 

N 


P 

N 
P 

N 
N 
N 
N 


P 

N 
P 
N 
P 
N 
P 


P 

N 
P 

N 

N 
N 
N 


P 
N 
P 
N 
P 
N 
P 



P— Permitted 

N— Not Permitted 

•—Permitted only when bent in accordance with Article 3.3.7. 

2.7.5.(1) Solder-joint fittings for drainage systems shall comply 
with, 

(a) CSA Standard B158.1-1976, Cast Brass Solder Joint Drain- 
age, Waste and Vent Fittings; or 

(b) ANSI Standard B16.29-1973 Wrought Copper and Wrought 
Copper Alloy Solder Joint Drainage Fittings. 

(2) No solder-joint fittings for drainage shall be used in a water 
system. 

2.7.6.(1) Solder-joint fittings for a water system shall comply with, 

(a) ANSI Standard B16.18-1973 Cast Bronze Solder-joint Pres- 
sure Fittings; or 

(b) ANSI Standard B16.22-1973 Wrought Copper and Bronze 
Solder-joint Pressure Fittings. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), solder-joint fittings for water systems 
not made by casting or the wrought process shall comply with the 
applicable requirements of ANSI Standard BI6. 18-1973, Cast 
Bronze Solder-joint Pressure Fittings. 

2.7.7.(1) Cast copper flared-joint fittings for copper tube water sys- 
tems shall comply with ANSI Standard B16.26-1983, Cast Copper 
Alloy Fittings for Flared Copper Tubes. 

(2) Flared-joint fittings for copper tube water systems not made 
by casting shall comply with the applicable requirements of ANSI 
Standard B16. 26-1983, Cast Copper Alloy Fittings for Flared Copper 
Tubes. 

(3) No compression fitting connecting to plain end pipe or tube 
shall be used in aplumbing system unless the pipe or tube and fittings 
are sufficiently stayed, clamped, anchored or buttressed so as to pre- 
vent separation during normal service of the system allowing for 
surge pressures. 

2.7.8.(1) Lead wasle pipe and fittings shall comply with CSA Stan- 
dard B67-1972, Lead Service Pipe, Waste Pipe, Traps, Bends and 
Accessories. 

(2) No lead pipe or lead fittings shall be used in a potable water 
system. 

(3) Lead bends or lead stubs connected topipe or fittings of mate- 



rial other than lead shall be wiped, swaged or spun on to the other 
material so as to make a permanently water-tight joint. 

2.7.9. Aluminum pipe that is used in a drainage system or a venting 
system shall be certified to CSA Standard CAN3-B281-M85, Alumi- 
num Drain, Waste and Vent Pipe and Components and installed in 
accordance with the recommended installation practices set out in 
Appendix A of that standard. 

Subsection 2.8. Jointing Materials 

2.8.1.(1) Jointing materials shall be applied or installed as specified 
by the supplier or manufacturer and, where materials are used that 
are not accompanied by application or installation specifications, the 
finished joints shall be tested in accordance with Sentence 1.8.1.(6). 

(2) Solders and fluxes having a lead content in excess of 0.2 per 
cent shall not be used in potable water systems. 

Subsection 2.9. Miscellaneous Materials 

2.9.1. Flanges for the connection of fixtures having integral traps 
shall be made of, 

(a) brass; 

(b) acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene; 

(c) poly (vinyl chloride); 

(d) copper; or 

(e) where used with cast iron pipe in concrete construction, cast 
iron. 

2.9.2. Every screw, bolt, nut and washer shall be of brass or equally 
corrosion resistant metal when used, 

(a) to connect a water closet to a water closet flange; 

(b) to anchor a flange; 

(c) to anchor a water closet; or 

(d) to hold cleanout covers or floor drain grates. 

2.9.3.(1) Every cleanout plug or cover shall be so manufactured 
that. 



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(a) it will provide easy access to the interior of the piping for 
the life of the pipe in which it is installed; and 

(b) an airtight closure is maintained after each cleaning opera- 
tion of the pipe to which it is connected. 

(2) No deanout shall leak when the pipe in which it is installed is 
tested in accordance with this Code. 

2.9.4.(1) Groove and shoulder type mechanical pipe couplings shall 
comply with CSA Standard B242-M1980, Groove and Shoulder Type 
Mechanical Pipe Couplings. 

(2) Groove and shoulder type mechanical pipe couplings shall be 
provided with an elastomeric seal that shall be housed within a metal 
clamp that shall interlock with the groove or shoulder on the pipe 
ends. 

2.9.5.(1) No saddle hub or saddle clamp shall be installed in a 
plumbing system. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), a saddle hub or saddle clamp may be 
installed in a building drain or building sewer of nominal diameter 
not less than eight inches and that is in service provided that the con- 
necting branch is at least two pipe sizes smaller than the run of the 
building drain or building sewer to which it is connected. 

2.9.6.(1) Plumbing supply fittings and trim and plumbing waste 
fittings shall be certified to CSA Standard B125-M1985. 

(2) For the purposes of Sentence (\), plumbing fittings and trim 
includes, 

(a) bath and shower supply fittings; 

(b) bidet supply fittings; 

(c) clothes washer supply fittings; 

(d) drinking fountain supply fittings; 

(e) laundry tub supply fittings; 

(f) lavatory supply fittings; 

(g) sink supply fittings; 

(h) water closet tank supply fittings; 

(i) automatic compensating supply valves (domestic); 

(j) flushometers; 

(k) humidifier supply stops; 

(1) sediment and lawn faucets; 

(m) supply line stops; 

(n) bath and shower waste fittings; 

(o) continuous waste fittings; 

(p) drinking fountain waste fittings; 

(q) laundry tub waste fittings; 

(r) lavatory waste fittings; and 

(s) sink waste fittings. 



2.9.7.( I) Every flidshomeler valve shall, 

(a) open fully and close positively under service pressure; 

(b) complete its cycle of operation automatically; 

(c) be provided with a means of regulating the volume of water 
that it discharges; and 

(d) be provided with a vacuum breaker or an integral air gap. 

(2) Every flushometer shall be equipped with a check valve or be 
so designed that loss of supply pressure will not automatically acti- 
vate the valve when the supply is restored. 

2.9.8.(1) The orifice of every drinking fountain bubbler shall, 

(a) be shielded; and 

(b) direct the water upwards at an angle so that the water does 
not fall back on the orifice of the bubbler. 

(2) Every drinking fountain shall be equipped with a means of 
regulating the flow to the orifice of the drinking fountain bubbler. 

2.9.9. Back siphonage preventers and backflow preventers shall be 
certified to CSA Standard B64 Vacuum Breakers and Backflow Pre- 
venters, or certified to CSA Standard B125 provided that they meet 
the applicable performance requirements of CSA Standard B64. 1 . 1 . 

2.9.10.(1) Every pressure relief valve, temperature relief valve or 
pressure and temperature relief valve shall comply with ANSI Stan- 
dard Z21. 22-1972 Relief Valves and Automatic Gas Shutoff Devices 
for Hot Water Supply Systems, or the C.G.A. Standard 4.4.-1976 
"Temperature, Pressure, Temperature and Pressure Relief Valves 
and Vacuum Relief Valves". 

(2) Every relief valve shall be marked to show the service rating 
and to identify the manufacturer and no relief valve shall be installed 
unless it releases before the water in the system reaches a tempera- 
ture of 210° F or 150 psi. 

2.9.11. Flashing for piping penetrating the exterior of a building 
shall be certified to CSA Standard B272-M1978 or shall be fabricated 
from, 

(a) sheet lead weighing not less than five Ibs/sq. ft.; 

(b) sheet copper weighing not less than ten oz./sq.ft.; 

(c) sheet aluminum not less than 0.025 in. thick; or 

(d) galvanized sheet steel not less than twenty-eight gauge, pro- 
vided that it can be replaced without damage to roofing or 
cladding. O. Reg. 815/84, Section 2; O. Reg. 675/85, 
ss. 5-15; O. Reg. 588/88, ss. 1, 2; O. Reg. 734/88, s. 1. 

SECTION 3-Piping 

Subsection 3.1. Application 

3.1.1.(1) This Section applies to the construction and use of joints 
and connections, and the arrangement, protection, support and test- 
ing of piping. 

(2) Pipe or tubing assembled to comprise a standard drain waste 
and venting system shall be connected with drain, waste and vent fit- 
tings in conformance with Table 3. 1.1. A. 



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TABLE 3. 1.1. A. 
Forming Part of Sentence 3.1.1.(2). 



Piping Arrangement 


Fittings 


Acceptable 


Recommended 


1 1 

; ! 


©0 ©0 


© 


( ^ 
1 '^^ 

-^->-'^-- 
1 ' 
1 


0©®©® 


© 


1 
1 
1 
1 

A 


©©©© 


© 




' 


©©© 


© 


-'l- 


© © ® ®* 


® ® 




®0 


©0 


^ 


See Sentence 3.1.1.(3) 



LEGEND (DWV branch fittings) 

Vent pipe 

Drainage pipe ' 

♦Acceptable only if vertical run 
is of 3 inch size or larger and 
horizontal branches are of W inch, 
l*} inch or 2 inch size. 



a 

9 




C 

^ 
o 
■o 



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LEGEND - BRANCH FITTINGS 




1. STRAIGHT TEE 

2. DOUBLE TEE or CROSS 

3. SANITARY TEE or SHORT TURN TEE- WYE 

4. DOUBLE SANITARY TEE or SHORT TURN DOUBLE TEE- WYE 

5. COMBINATION WYE and '/s BEND or LONG TURN TEE- WYE 

6. DOUBLE COMBINATION WYE and '/a BEND or DOUBLE LONG TURN TEE- WYE 

7. WYE 

8. DOUBLE WYE 

9. DOUBLE WASTE FITTING 



(3) No double wye, double tee wye, double tee or double waste 
fittings shall be installed in a horizontal drainage pipe. 

Subsection 3.2. Construction and Use of Joints 

3.2.1.(1) Every caulked lead joint in drainage piping or vent piping 
shall be firmly packed with oakum followed by a pour of lead not less 
than one inch in depth and tightly caulked to form a water tight joint. 

(2) No paint, varnish or other coating shall be applied to the lead 
referred to in Sentence ( 1 ) until after the joint has been tested. 

(3) No caulked lead joint shall be used in drainage piping or vent 
piping except to connect A pipe or fittings to a cast iron hub designed 
for the purpose. 

(4) Every hub, spigot pipe and pipe fitting installed in drainage 
piping shall be oriented with the hub at the upstream end. 

3.2.2.(1) No wiped joint shall be used in a plumbing system. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), a wiped joint may be used with lead 
sheet, lead pipe or between lead pipe and copper pipe, tube or a fer- 
rule. 



(3) Every wiped joint in straight pipe shall, 

(a) be made of solder; 

(b) have an exposed surface on each side of the joint at least 
Va in. wide; and 

(c) be at least Vs in. thick at the thickest part. 

(4) Every wiped flanged joint shall be reinforced with a lead 
flange that is at least -Vi in. wide. 

3.2.3.(1) A screwed joint shall be made by reaming or filing out the 
ends of the pipe to the size of the bore and removing all chips and 
cuttings. 

(2) No thread lubricant or filler shall be allowed to get inside a 
pipe where the lubricant or filler is used in a joint. 

3.2.4.(1) A solder joint shall be made by cleaning, fluxing and sol- 
dering the surface to be soldered. 

(2) A fused joint in copper tubing that is not socketted shall be 
silver soldered or brazed. 



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3.2.5.(1) A flared joint in a pipe shall be made by expanding the 
pipe with a flaring tool designed for the purpose of flaring. 

(2) No tube in the immediate area of a flare on copper tubing 
shall be hard drawn or otherwise work hardened. 

3.2.6.(1) Hot-poured joints shall be yarned with oakum or other 
material and poured with hot asphalt or other material to make a 
water tight joint. 

(2) The hot asphalt or other material referred to in Sentence (1) 
shall be at least one inch in depth in the annular space and shall com- 
pletely surround the spigot end of the pipe. 

(3) No hot-poured joint shall be used in connecting piping except 
on vitrified clay or concrete pipe or between ferrous pipe and con- 
crete p/pe or vitrified clay pipe. 

3.2.7.(1) A Portland cement joint in pipe that has a size of six in. or 
less shall be made by completely filling the annular space between 
the bell and spigot with cement mortar. 

(2) Every portland cement joint in pipe that has a size of more 
than sbc in. shall be made by, 

(a) ramming a gasket into the annular space between bell and 
spigot; and 

(b) filling the annular space remaining between the bell and the 
spigot with mortar. 

(3) The exterior of every portland cement joint shall be carefully 
shaped from the outside of the bell to the pipe at an angle of not less 
than 30° and not greater than 60°. 

(4) No jointing residue or other material shall be left inside a 
pipe. 

(5) No Portland cement joint shall be used in making a joint 
except to make a joint in pipe manufactured to be used with portland 
cement joints. 

3.2.8. Where lead sheet or pipes are joined by the burning of lead, 
the joint shall be of a size to make the joint as strong as the parent 
material. 

3.2.9. No pipe, fitting or jointing material used in a joint to connect 
pipe and fittings by the mechanical compression of elastomeric gas- 
kets shall leak when tested in accordance with this Code. 

3.2.10. No cold applied caulking material shall be used in making a 
joint except to make a joint in piping with hubs or bells that are 
strong enough to withstand the caulking pressures and produce water 
tight joints. 

Subsection 3.3. Joints and Connections 

3.3.1.(1) No water distributing pipe, drainage pipe or fittings shall 
be drilled or tapped. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), a drainage pipe or fitting may be drilled 
or tapped, 

(a) to provide for the connection of a trap seal primer line; 

(b) to provide for the turning of a T in copper tubing of type L 
or heavier, where the resulting T limits the depth of inser- 
tion of the branchpipe or tube; 

(c) to connect a device designed to dispense germicidal or 
odour control chemicals or trap seal water to a floor drain 
downstream of a vacuum breaker or flush valve in a flush 
tube connected to a sanitary unit; 

(d) to provide a hole for a branch connection to a drainage 



pipe, where the branch connection is made with a saddle 
hub as permitted by Article 2.9.5., and where the hole is 
drilled to provide a smooth clean hole of the required size 
and orientation; or 

(e) to provide for the connection of pipe or fittings to metal or 
rigid plastic pipe and fittings where the pipe or fittings are 
thick enough to be threaded or are bossed for tapping. 

(3) No pipe adaption shall be made by the use of a bushing that 
leaves a square edge or shoulder on the inside of the pipe or fitting. 

3.3.2.(1) No cast-iron soil pipe or fitting shall be welded. 

(2) No galvanized steelpipe and fittings shall be welded. 

3.3.3.(1) No joints with sliding contacts shall be used in wenx piping 
or in drainage piping downstream of a trap. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), one sliding contact or slip joint may be 
used for each fixture installation, between the fixture trap and the 
vent, provided that the slip joint is smooth on the inside, remains air 
and water tight and remains accessible for inspection and mainte- 
nance. 

3.3.4. Every connection between two pipes of different size shall be 
made with an increaser or reducer fitting so installed that it will per- 
mit the system to be completely drained. 

3.3.5.(1) Every floor mounted fixture shall connect to a fixture out- 
let pipe by a means of a gasketted floor flange. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), 

(a) a cast iron trap standard may be caulked to a cast iron hub; 
or 

(b) a long horned china toilet bowl may be connected with a 
flexible gasketted type fitting supplied with the fixture. 

(3) Every floor flange shall be of brass or copper. 

(4) Despite Sentence (3), a plastic floor flange may be used where 
plastic drainage pipe is used in a drainage system. 

(5) Despite Sentence (3), where a water closet or other sanitary 
unit is mounted on a concrete floor or wall and connected to a cast 
iron waste pipe, a cast iron flange may be used to connect the water 
closet or other sanitary unit to the cast iron waste pipe. 

(6) Every floor flange shall be securely set and fastened on a firm 
base and bolted to the flange face of the fixture. 

(7) The flanged joint referred to in Sentence (6) shall be gasket- 
ted to make it water tight. 

(8) Where a flange is connected to piping by a lead stub, the stub 
shall be at least three inches long. 

3.3.6. Every plumbing system shall be so compensated for thermal 
expansion and contraction within the system that the resulting 
stresses and strains will not exceed the design limits of the materials 
being used. 

3.3.7.(1) No hard drawn copper tube shall be bent. 

(2) Bends in copper tubing of soft or bending temper shall be 
made with tools manufactured and sized for the purpose. 

(3) No type M or type DWV copper tube shall be bent. 

3.3.8.(1) Where a fixture or device is connected to an indirect waste 
pipe, the connection shall be made by terminating the fixture drain 
above the flood level rim of a directly connected/urfure to form an air 
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(2) An air break referred to in Sentence (1) shall be at least one 
inch and in any event be not less than twice the size of the indirect 
waste pipe. 

Subsection 3.4. Support of Piping 

3.4.1. Piping shall be provided with support that keeps the pipe in 
alignment and that bears the weight of the pipe and its contents. 

3.4.2. Every pipe that is connected to a fixture, tank or device shall 
be supported independently of the fixture, tank or device and the 
fixture, tank or device shall be so supported as to impose no load on 
the piping. 

3.4.3. Where a hanger or support for copper or brass pipe or tubing 
is of metal other than brass or copper, the hanger or support shall be 
so separated that it is electrically insulated from the pipe or tube. 

3.4.4.(1) Vertical piping shall be supported at intervals that do not 
exceed twenty-five feet or two storeys whichever is the lesser. 

(2) Supports for vertical piping shall be anchor points or guides. 

(3) Completed piping shall be firmly held in place by anchors that 
allow for sufficient movement in the guides to minimize thermal 
expansion and contraction stresses. 

3.4.5.(1) Nominally horizontal piping that is inside a building shall 
be braced to prevent swaying and buckling and where the pipe is not 
self staying, it shall be tied with rods, braced or buttressed to com- 
pensate for forces of internal thrust. 

(2) Nominally horizontal piping shall be supported as follows: 

1. Iron or steel pipe shall be supported at intervals not exceeding 
those indicated in Table 3.4.5. A. 

TABLE 3.4.5.A. 



Forming Part of Paragraph 3.4.5.(2) 1. 



Pipe 
Diameter 
(nominal) 


Span (ft.) 

(Maximum) 

between supports 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Vi inch 

% inch 

over Va in. but not over 2Vi in. 

over 2V2 in. but not over 4 in. 

over 4 in. but not over 6 in. 

over 6 in. but not over 8 in. 

over 8 in. 


6 ft. 

9 ft. 
10 ft. 
12 ft. 
15 ft. 
18 ft. 
20 ft. 



2. Lead pipe shall be supported throughout its length. 

3. Cast iron pipe shall be supported, 

(a) at each hub or joint; 

(b) at intervals not exceeding ten feet; and 



(c) at intervals not exceeding three feet if the length of the pipe 
between adjacent fittings is twelve inches or less. 



4. Supports of asbestos-cement pjpe shall be placed at intervals not 
exceeding ôVii ft. when the pipe length is thirteen ft. or less, and not 
exceeding three ft. if the length of pipe between joints or fittings is 
twelve in. or less. 

5. Supports of ABS or PVC plastic drain, waste and went pipe shall 
be placed at intervals not exceeding four ft. 

6. Supports of CPVC plastic pipe shall be placed at intervals not 
exceeding three ft. (or pipe sizes of V/i in. or less, and not exceeding 
four ft. for sizes larger than V/i in. 

7. Where joints in the piping are less rigid than the pipe, the sup- 
port points shall be selected so as to minimize the shear and bending 
forces imposed on the joints. 

(3) Where PVC, CPVC or ABS plastic pipe is installed, 

(a) the pipe shall be so aligned that there is no strain on the 
piping, fittings or fixtures; 

(b) no pipe shall be forced into position after it is jointed; and 

(c) no hanger shall be installed that will compress, cut or 
abrade the pipe. 

(4) Every pipe hanger shall be of such a size and design that the 
factor of safety is not less than that normally used for similar material 
in structural members. 

(5) Where a hanger is attached to stone, brick, cement, concrete 
or other similar material, the attachment shall be made by means of 
permanent inserts or fasteners, 

(a) that are manufactured for the intended purpose; and 

(b) that can be installed without damage to the surrounding 
stone, bricks, cement, concrete or other material, 

and, where the fastener is driven by impact, the load on the fastener 
shall be predominantly a shear load. 

(6) Reserved 

3.4.6.(1) Horizontal piping that is underground shall be supported 
on a prepared base that will maintain the desired grade and align- 
ment of the pipe throughout its service life. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), horizontal piping installed underground 
may be supported by hangers fbted to a foundation or structural slab 
provided that the hangers are capable of keeping the pipe in align- 
ment and supporting the weight of the pipe, its contents and the fill 
over the pipe. 

3.4.7.(1) Where underground piping that is part of ^plumbing sys- 
tem traverses soil incapable of maintaining it in position, the piping 
shall be supported by a layer of concrete. 

(2) The layer of concrete referred to in Sentence (1) shall be sup- 
ported by piers where the soil is incapable of supporting the con- 
crete. 

(3) The layer of concrete referred to in Sentence (1) shall be not 
less than four inches thick and shall extend at least six inches beyond 
each side of the pipe. 

(4) Steel rods of V2 inch diameter shall be embedded in the layer 
of concrete referred to in Sentence (1) parallel to the longitudinal 
axis of the concrete and, 

(a) the bottom of the rods shall not be less than V* inch and not 
more than IV2 inches above the bottom of the concrete; 

(b) the two rods on the outside shall not be more than two 
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(c) the rods, other than the outside rods, shall be equally 
spaced between the two outside rods at the same elevation 
and parallel to them; 

(d) no two adjacent rods shall be less than four inches apart nor 
farther apart than twice the thickness of the layer of con- 
crete; and 

(e) where the rods are not continuous and the ends are not 
anchored in the layer of concrete, the ends of the rods shall 
overlap at least two feet. 

(5) Where piers are used, they shall, 

(a) each have a cross-sectional area of not less than 110 square 
inches; 

(b) be not more than eight feet apart; and 

(c) extend down to solid foundation. 

3.4.8. Where a vent pipe protrudes through a roof or wall so far as 
to become structurally unstable, it shall be braced or guyed to be sta- 
ble. 

Subsection 3.5. Protection of Piping 

3.5.1. Where piping is installed underground, the back fill shall be 
such that, 

(a) it will not corrode the pipe; and 

(b) it will evenly distribute any pressure on thepipe. 

3.5.2. Where underground piping is traversed by pedestrian or 
vehicular traffic and the back fill over thepipe is not sufficient to pro- 
vide protection from the traffic, the piping shall be protected by pav- 
ing or bridging. 

3.5.3. Where piping passes through or under a wall, it shall be so 
installed that the wall does not bear on thepipe. 

3.5.4. M\ piping shall be so installed and protected that where the 
building in which it is installed is left vacant for periods of up to 
forty-eight hours with an ambient temperature above 43°F, the pipes 
will not freeze up. 

3.5.5. Piping and equipment exposed to mechanical hazards shall 
be so protected as to eliminate the hazards. 

3.5.6.(1) Underground drainage piping of polymeric plastic shall, in 
addition to the other requirements of this subsection, be protected 
by the use of select pipe bedding as set out in Sentences (2), (3) and 
(4). 

(2) Select pipe bedding shall consist of a non-cohesive ballast 
material of which at least 50% will pass a Vt inch sieve and 100% will 
pass a '/2 inch sieve, and that completely surrounds the pipe by a 
radial depth of at least four inches and that is sufficiently consoli- 
dated so that the intended earth loading will not produce further 
compaction. 

(3) Certified drain, waste and vent piping of polymeric plastic 
having schedule 40 dimensions shall be installed with select pipe 
bedding where the fill over thepipe will be subject to vehicular traffic 
or where the burial depth exceeds eight feet. 

(4) Sewer pipe of polymeric plastic certified to a standard that 
requires a minimum pipe stiffness of 40 Ibs/in/in (275 kPa) shall be 
installed with se\ect pipe bedding where the fill over thepipe will be 
subject to vehicular traffic or where the burial depth measured from 
the top of thepipe exceeds IVi feet. 



Subsection 3.6. Testing of Drainage & Venting Systems 

3.6.1.(1) A water test to test whether or not a leak exists in thepipe, 
fittings or joints of a plumbing system shall be conducted as follows 
on all or any part of the piping system: 

1. The piping to be tested shall be sealed up with test plugs and 
filled with water, ensuring that all air is removed from the piping. 

2. Every part of the piping under test shall be under hydrostatic 
pressure of at least five feet static head. 

3. Despite paragraph 2, the upper five feet of a drainage or venting 
system shall be tested by filling the stack vent to overflowing outside 
the building where the piping is installed. 

4. The test shall be carried out for at least fifteen minutes during 
which time the piping shall be examined for any evidence of leakage. 

(2) An air test to test whether or not a leak exists in the pipe, fit- 
tings or joints of a plumbing system shall be used when lack of suffi- 
cient water to carry out the test, freezing temperatures or other limit- 
ing circumstances make a water test impracticable, and shall be 
conducted as follows on all or any part of the piping system: 

1. When a drainage and venting system is completed except for the 
connection of fixtures, the piping to be tested shall be sealed up with 
test plugs and pressured with air at a minimum pneumatic test pres- 
sure of at least five psi. 

2. The test shall be carried out for at least fifteen minutes during 
which time the piping and the attached pressure gauge shall be exam- 
ined for any evidence of leakage. 

(3) A ball test to test whether or not a pipe is unobstructed and to 
test that it is graded continuously in the direction of the intended 
flow may be carried out on any nominally horizontal run ot pipe and 
shall be carried out on buried drainage pipmg and shall be conducted 
as follows: 

1. The test ball shall be of a size that will roll freely through the 
pipe to be tested and shall have a specific gravity greater than one. 

2. The test ball shall be placed in the high end of the pipe and 
allowed to roll, without any propulsive force other than that of grav- 
ity, to the low end of the pipe, where if there are no obstructions, it 
shall be caught and removed. 

(4) A smoke test to test whether or not the trap seals, trap connec- 
tions, yùr/Mre connections and any other work performed has left the 
system air tight after the fixtures have been connected to the drainage 
system and after a water test or air test has been carried out shall be 
conducted as follows: 

1. Stack openings, sewer connections and any other untrapped 
openings shall be closed temporarily to withstand a pressure of at 
least one inch water gauge. 

2. Traps shall be filled with water. 

3. The system being tested shall be pressured up to one inch water 
gauge as indicated by a manometer, draft gauge or other pressure 
gauge and shall be sealed. 

4. The test shall be carried out for at least fifteen minutes and the 
attached manometer or gauge shall be examined for any evidence of 
leakage. 

Subsection 3.7. Testing of Potable Water Systems 

3.7.1.(1) Where a potable water system is to be tested, it shall be 
tested with a hydrostatic test of not less than 150 psig for at lea.st one 
hour to determine whether or not there is evidence of leakage. 

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in Sentence (1) when the hydrostatic test is impracticable due to 
freezing temperatures, lack of a sufficient water supply to carry out 
the test or other limiting circumstances. 

(3) When an air test is used in lieu of a hydrostatic test, the test 
pressure shall not be less than 100 psig and shall be carried out for at 
least two hours. 

(4) When a test is conducted hydrostatically the test medium shall 
be potable water. O. Reg. 815/84, Section 3; O. Reg. 675/85, 
ss. 16-20. 

SECTION 4— Drainage Systems 

Subsection 4.1. Application 

4.1.1. This Section applies to a sanitary drainage system and con- 
nections thereto. 

Subsection 4.2. Connections to Drainage Systems 

4.2.1.(1) All drainage piping irom plumbing fixtures and plumbing 
appliances shall drain to other drainage piping and shall terminate in 
the building sewer. 

(2) Laundry equipment, other than fixtures, shall be drained to a 
sanitary sewer but is not required to be directly connected to a sani- 
tary sewer. 

(3) Despite Sentence (1), food handling, storage or processing 
equipment in which food is not in sealed containers shall not be 
directly connected to drainage or storm drainage piping. 

(4) Despite Sentence (1), no floor drain shall be connected to 
storm drainage pipe. 

(5) The waste pipe from any single fixture and of a diameter of not 
more than IVi inches may connect to, 

(a) a yoke vent of two-inch size or greater; or 

(b) a circuit vent, loop or relief vent of two-inch size or greater 
that serves fixtures on only one floor. 

(6) Where the lower end of a vent stack connects to a soil stack, 
waste stock or building drain in accordance with article 5.3.2., a waste 
pipe of a diameter of not more than 1 '/2 inches serving a single ^ture 
may connect to the vent stack. 

(7) In Sentence (6) the location of the fixture and the connection 
of the waste pipe to the vent stack shall be on the same storey as the 
connection of the vent stack to the soil stack, waste stack or building 
drain, as the case may be. 

(8) Where a vertical soil or waste slack that has a connected load 
of twenty fixture units or more discharges to horizontal drainage 
piping that may or may not be an offset in the stack, no fixtures shall 
be connected to the horizontal drainage pipe for a distance of at least 
five feet downstream from the rising stack. 

4.2.2.(1) The waste from a drinking fountain may be directly or 
indirectly drained to a sanitary or a storm drainage system and may 
be used to prime trap seals. 



indirect waste pipe draining into it, whichever is the greater; 
and 

(c) located in an accessible, ventilated and frost-free place. 

(2) The air break between the indirect waste pipe and the rim of 
the fixture into which it discharges shall be at least twice the diameter 
of the indirect waste pipe or one inch whichever is the greater. 

(3) A vented trap not less than 1 Vi inches trade size, installed spe- 
cifically to receive only the discharge from one or more indirect waste 
pipes shall be deemed to be a fixture. 

(4) Every indirect waste pipe shall be trapped. 

(5) No vent is required on an indirect waste pipe unless the indi- 
rect collector system receives drainage on three or more floors. 

(6) Where indirect drainage piping is vented, the vent pipe shall 
go independently to open air. 

(7) Every indirect waste pipe carrying waste from food or bever- 
age equipment shall, 

(a) if serving one single waste outlet, have a minimum inside 
diameter of Va inch; 

(b) if serving more than one waste outlet, have a minimum 
inside diameter of IVi inches, and be calculated in accor- 
dance with Table 4. 10. A.; 

(c) have a cleanout access at every change of direction of more 
than 45°; 

(d) have a sufficient number of line cleanouts so that no part of 
the waste pipe is more than twenty feet downstream from an 
access point; and 

(e) have one or more openings where the indirect waste pipe 
may receive water or cleaning solution for the purpose of 
flushing the entire length of the indirect waste pipe. 

Subsection 4.3. Location of Fixtures 

4.3.1. "Every fixture, appliance, interceptor, cleanout, valve, device 
or piece of equipment shall be so located that it is readily accessible 
for use, cleaning and maintenance. 

4.3.2. No fixture, funnel drain, hub drain or floor drain receiving 
indirect waste from a higher elevation shall be located in a crawl 
space or other unfrequented area. 

4.3.3. No garbage grinder, potato peeler or other piece of food 
processing equipment shall be located upstream of a grease intercep- 
tor. 

4.3.4. Where gang trapped floor drains or fixtures are used, they 
shall be contained within one room. 

Subsection 4.4. Treatment of Sewage & Wastes 

4.4.1. The temperature of discharged sewage shall not exceed 
170°F. 



(2) Where a drinking fountain waste is used to prime a trap seal, 
the fountain trap does not require a vent. 

4.2.3.(1) The fixture through which an indirect waste pipe is dis- 
charged shall be, 

(a) open; 

(b) served by a vented P trap having a minimum size of IV4 
inches or having one pipe size larger than the largest 



Subsection 4.5. Traps 

Article 4.5.1. Floor Drains and Hub Drains 

4.5.1.(1) Floor drains and hub drains shall be deemed to be 
plumbing fixtures and shall be separately trapped and vented. 

(2) Where a drain is intended to serve as a hub drain and not a 
floor drain, the flood level of the drain shall be at least IV2 inches 
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(3) A trap serving a floor drain or huh drain shall have a supply of 
water flowing through it sufficient to maintain its trap seal. 

(At) Where water flow cannot be maintained through the trap 
referred to in Sentence (3), a mechanical device shall be installed to 
maintain the trap seal. 

(5) Where a mechanical device is installed to furnish water to a 
trap, the pipe or tube conveying water from the device to the trap 
shall be at least -Vs inch inside diameter. 

(6) No trap serving a floor drain or hub drain shall be less than 
two inch trade size and if installed in direct contact with the earth 
shall be not less than three inch trade size. 

(7) Reserved 

(8) Despite Sentence (1), a trap serving a floor drain or hub drain 
is not required to be vented where, 

(a) the size of the trap is at least three inches; 

(b) the length of X\\& fixture drain is at least thirty-six inches; 

(c) the fixture drain from the trap connects as a branch to a 
building drain or a sub drain or horizontal branch of a 
building drain or a sub drain, none of which are smaller 
than four inch trade size; and 

(d) the total fall on the fixture drain between the trap and the 
connection to the building drain or other permitted pipe 
does not exceed the inside diameter of \\\e fixture drain. 

(9) Where a fixture drain that is connected as set out in clause 
(8) (c) is less than five feet from the base of a stack, the connection 
shall be made above the horizontal centre line of the building drain. 

(10) The grate or strainer of every floor drain shall, 

(a) be removable and replaceable without the removal or 
replacement of any grout, mortar or adhesive; 

(b) be firmly held when in place so that a grate laid in a recess 
in the floor remains flush with the finished floor; and 

(c) where there is a tendency for the grate to dislodge, be held 
in place with bolts or screws that comply with Article 2.9.2. 

(It) A floor drain in a room or area where vehicular traffic occurs 
shall, 

(a) be made of metal or concrete with a perforated metal cover 
or metal strainer of sufficient strength to support the vehic- 
ular traffic; 

(b) be connected to a drainage pipe of at least three inch trade 
size; 

(c) have a trap seal of at least six inches; 

(d) be equipped with a cleanout; and 

(e) where an elbow is installed in the sump, comply with the 
requirements of Sentence 7.4.2.(2). 

(12) Despite Sentence (\), floor drains in a parking garage need 
not be vented but shall be, 

(a) individually trapped and connected directly to drainage 
piping; 

(b) gang trapped and connected directly to drainage piping; or 

(c) connected to an indirect waste system and shall be trapped 



where there are vapours or odours that may move from one 
floor drain to another floor drain. 

(13) Despite Sentence (I), floor drains installed for the sole pur- 
pose of draining off water spilled by a sprinkler system or other 
equally odour free and non-putrescible substances may be gang trap- 
ped if all the floor drains are in the same room and at the same floor 
level. 

(14) No floor drain in a room or area in which a furnace or boiler 
is located shall connect to any drainage pipe that might convey a 
flammable substance. 

Article 4.5.2. Fixture Traps Other Than Floor Drains & Hub Drains 

4.5.2.(1) Every fixture, funnel drain or other opening receiving 
indirect waste shall be directly connected to drainage piping and shall 
be separately trapped and vented except as otherwise provided in 
Sentences 4.5.1.(8) and 5.1.1.(2). 

(2) Fixtures having more than one compartment or more than one 
drain from the same compartment may have all drains connected to 
the same trap if the developed length of the waste pipe from the stop- 
per of the most distant drain to the trap does not exceed thirty-six 
inches. 

(3) Two or more washing machines may be gang trapped where 
each machine is individually connected by hose manufactured for the 
purpose to a standing waste pipe provided that all the machines are in 
the same room and on the same floor level. 

(4) Two or more laboratory sinks draining only non-putrescible 
wastes may be gang trapped provided that no noxious or hazardous 
gases can escape from the untrapped piping and all sinks are in the 
same room on the same floor level. 

(5) An interceptor that is installed in a plumbing system and that 
fulfills all the requirements of a trap with respect to function and 
location shall be deemed to be a trap. 

(6) Where more than one fixture discharges through the same 
grease interceptor, each fixture shall be trapped and vented. 

Article 4.5.3. Traps Other Than Fixture Traps 

4.5.3.(1) Where storm drainage piping connects to drainage piping, 
a trap with an accessible cleanout shall be installed in the storm drain- 
age piping. 

(2) Where a foundation drain or a subsurface drain is connected 
to a sanitary drainage system, the drain shall be protected against the 
back up of sewer gas and the sanitary drainage system shall be pro- 
tected against the entry of grit and silt from the subsoil. 

(3) An interceptor for sand or other sediment shall have a trap 
seal of not less than six inches. 

(4) Where a building trap is installed it shall, 

(a) be provided with a cleanout on the upstream side of and 
directly over the trap; 

(b) be located upstream of the building sewer cleanout; 

(c) be located, 

(i) inside the building as close as practical to the place 
where the building drain leaves the building, or 

(ii) outside the building in a maintenance hole; and 

(d) be located not more than four feet downstream of a fresh 
air inlet that complies with Article 5.4..^. 

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storm drainage piping, a backwater valve or a checkvalve shall be 
installed in the waste pipe between its trap and the connection. 

(6) No drainage pipe shall be double trapped. 

Subsection 4.6. Arrangements of Drainage Piping 

4.6.1.(1) No vertical drainage pipe shall conduct both sanitary 
sewage and storm water. 

(2) Despite Sentence (1), waste from a drinking fountain may be 
discharged into storm drainage. 

(3) Where drainage piping and storm drainage piping are joined, 
the junction shall be downstream of the building drain. 

(4) Every drainage system, venting system and dead end shall be 
&o graded that water will not collect in them and there are no unused 
open ends. 

(5) Branch drainage piping shall have the fittings installed so that 
the converging streams meet at an angle of less than 90°. 

4.6.2. No soil or waste pipe shall be located where leakage, conden- 
sate or other moisture dripping from the pipe can find its way into a 
potable water supply or food or beverage in process or storage. 

4.6.3.(1) Where drainage piping cannot be drained directly into a 
building sewer, it shall discharge into a tank that is water tight and air 
tight except for the pipe connections coming into and leaving the 
tank. 

(2) A sewage tank in or under a building shall be water tight and 
air tight, shall be vented to open air in accordance with article 5.6.5. 
and shall be separate from any other tank. 

(3) Where a tank is installed as set out in Sentence (1), pump or 
ejector equipment shall be installed to transport sanitary sewage from 
the tank to the building sewer or building drain. 

(4) Where the pump or ejector equipment referred to in Sentence 
(3) is not automatically controlled, the tank shall have sufficient 
capacity to accomodate at least a twenty-four-hour accumulation of 
sanitary sewage. 

(5) Where a building trap is used in a plumbing system, the dis- 
charge from the sewage tank shall enter the building drain or building 
sewer downstream of the building trap unless a connection upstream 
of the trap will not cause the system to malfunction. 

(6) Every discharge pipe from a sewage tank or pump shall be 
equipped with a union, check valve and a shut-off valve installed in 
that sequence in the direction of discharge. 

4.6.4. Where a backwater device is installed in drainage piping, it 
shall be so designed and installed that when there is no back up of 
sewage, the device will not interfere with the normal operation of the 
system. 

4.6.5.(1) Where a main sewer is installed at an elevation below the 
elevation of the bottom of a wall of a building or other structure and 
the building drain connects to a stack through a floor, the drain shall 
retain its full size up through the floor and above the floor, but where 
pipe and fittings are used that are restricted to underground installa- 
tion, they shall terminate at the lower side of the floor. 

(2) Reserved 

(3) Where a building drain enters a building above the elevation 
of the bottom of the wall of a building, the building drain shall be 
deemed to terminate at the first point that the drainage pipe changes 
direction from the horizontal to the vertical. 



Subsection 4.7. Cleanouts 

4.7.1.(1) In this subsection, "abrupt change of direction" means 
any deflection from a straight line course that exceeds 45° and that is 
not a smooth sweep having a turning radius of at least three pipe 
diameters. 

(2) Every sanitary drainage system shall be provided with 
cleanouts that will permit cleaning of the entire system. 

(3) A cleanout shall be installed at the bottom of every soil or 
waste stack that connects to a horizontal drainage pipe. 

(4) Despite Sentence (2), a cleanout may be installed in a 
horizontal drainage pipe in the vicinity of the soil or waste stack, pro- 
vided that the cleanout provides access to the horizontal drainage 
piping for a plumber standing near the bottom of the stack. 

(5) Every building drain shall be provided with a cleanout that is 
located as close as practical to the place where the building drain 
leaves the building. 

(6) Where pipmg drains a kitchen sink or other food or beverage 
storage or processing equipment, the cleanout access openings to the 
piping shall be so located that all parts of the piping may be reached 
by working downstream of the fixture a distance of not more than 
twenty feet. 

(7) Every sanitary building sewer or combined building sewer that 
does not contain a maintenance hole shall be provided with a 
cleanout access at every abrupt change of direction in either the 
horizontal or the vertical plane. 

(8) Where an abrupt change of direction in piping referred to in 
Sentence (7) is accomplished by a series of deflections of 45° or less, 
a length otpipe at least one foot long shall be installed between every 
adjacent pair of deflection points. 

(9) A cleanout shall be located immediately downstream of an oil 
interceptor. 

4.7.2.(1) A cleanout shall be provided on the upstream side and 
directly over every running trap. 

(2) Every waste pipe serving a wall hung urinal shall be provided 
with a cleanout that is extended above the flood level of the fixture 
and to the face of a wall where it is readily accessible. 

4.7.3.(1) On drainage piping of four inch size and smaller, the mini- 
mum size cleanout opening shall be the same as the pipe and on 
drainage piping larger than four inch size the cleanout opening shall 
be four inch or larger and the maximum spacing between cleanouts 
on horizontal pipe shall be, 

(a) in the case of a sink waste pipe, twenty ft.; 

(b) in the case of a horizontal sanitary drainage and waste pipe 
other than a sink, fifty ft.; and 

(c) in the case of a horizontal sanitary drainage pipe larger than 
four inch size, 100 ft. 

(2) All parts of drainage piping shall be accessible by rodding in a 
downstream direction not more than the distance allotted in clause 
(1) (a), (b) or (c), as the case may be. 

(3) Building sewers of six in. through twenty-one in. size and 100 
feet or more in length shall be provided with access through mainte- 
nance holes spaced not more than 300 feet apart and the first mainte- 
nance hole shall be not more than eighty-five feet downstream from 
the building drain. 

(4) Sewer piping of a size larger than twenty-one in. shall have 
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maintenance hole shall be more than eighty-five ft. downstream of a 
building drain. 

(5) Cleanouts that provide access for rodding in one direction 
only shall be installed so as to provide rodding in the downstream 
direction. 

4.7.4.(1) Cleanouts and access covers shall be so located that the 
openings are readily accessible for rodding and cleaning purposes. 

(2) No cleanoul shall be located in a floor assembly so as to con- 
stitute a hazard to any person and no cleanout shall be used as ^ floor 

drain. 

I 

(3) Where a maintenance hole is installed to provide access to 
underground drainage piping, the minimum in side clear dimension 
of the maintenance hole shall be forty-eight inches and, when 
enclosed within a building, shall be air tight and vented to open air. 

Subsection 4.8. Minimum Slope & Lengths of Drainage Pipes 

4.8.1.(1) Every fixture drain and every drainage pipe of three in. 
size or less shall have a minimum grarfe of Vi in. per foot in the direc- 
tion of flow. 

(2) Sentence (1) does not apply to a/brce main. 

(3) Where it is not possible to grade as set out in Sentence (1), a 
lesser grade may be used if it will produce a gravity flow rate of at 
least two ft. per second. 

4.8.2. No fixture outlet pipe shall exceed three ft. in developed 
length. 

Subsection 4.9. Minimum Size of Drainage Pipes 

4.9.1. No drainage pipe that is of minimum size required by this 
Code for the purpose for which it is installed shall be so connected as 
to drain to other drainage pipe of lesser capacity. 

4.9.2.(1) Every waste pipe, except for a force main, that serves a 
water closet shall be at least three inch size. 

(2) Every horizontal drainage pipe serving three or more water 
closets shall be at least four inch size. 

(3) Every soil stack that serves more than six water closets shall 
be at least four inch size. 

(4) Every building drain and every building sewer shall be at least 
four inch size. 

4.9.3. Plumbing fixtures listed in Column 1 of Table 4.9.A. shall 
have the outlet pipe size and the hydraulic load rating set opposite 
thereto in columns 2 and 3 respectively. 

TABLE 4.9.A. 

Forming Part of Article 4.9.3. 



Fixture of Appliance 


Minimum 

Size of 

Fixture 

Outlet Pipe 

(inches) 


Hydraulic Load 
(Fixture units) 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Autopsy table 

Bathroom group, consisting 

of 1 water closet, 1 wash 

basin and 1 bath tub or 

shower stall 
Bath tub with or without 

overhead shower 
Bath: foot sitzorslab 


\'/2 

11/2 
\V2 


2 
8 

l'/2 





Minimum 




Fixture of Appliance 


Size of 

Fixture 

Outlet Pipe 

(inches) 


Hydraulic Load 
(Fixture units) 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Bedpan washer 


3 


6 


Beer cabinet 


l"/2 


1V6 


Bidet 


11/4 


1 


Chinese range 


11/2 


3 


Dead fish tank or tray 


11/2 


IVz 


Dental unit or cuspidor 


11/4 


1 


Dishwasher 






(a) domestic type 


11/2 


1 


(b) commercial type 


2 


3 


Drinking fountain 


11/4 


1 


Floor drain 


2 


2 with 2 in. trap 

3 with 3 in. trap 


Garbage can washer 


11/2 


IVi 


Garbage grinder 






(a) domestic type 


H/2 


No load when 

connected to domestic 

kitchen sink 


(b) commercial type 


2 


3 


Glass washer, commercial 


11/2 


3 


Icebox 


11/4 


1 


Laundry tubs 






(a) single or double units 






or 2 single units with a 






common trap 


11/2 


1 1/2 per compartment 


(b) 3 compartments 


11/2 


1 Vz per compartment 


Lavatory or wash basin 






(a) normal service 


11/4 


1 with IVa in. trap 


(b) normal service 


11/2 


1 Vz with 1 Vi in. trap 


(c) bradley type 




Use Table 4. 10. A. 


Potato peeler 


2 


3 


Potato and vegetable washer 


2 


4 


Shower stall 


l!/2 


IV2 


Showers in groups 


as required 


11/2 per head 


Sinks 






(a) flushing rim with 






valve 


2 


6 


(b) service ("P" /rap) 


2 


2 


(c) service (trap standard) 


3 


3 


(d) pot (scullery) 


11/2 


3 


(e) surgeon's 


11/2 


3 


(f) domestic 


11/2 


1 1/2 per compartment 


(g) small laboratory 


11/4 


1 


(h) bar (three comp) 


11/2 


IV2 


(i) cup 


11/4 


Vi 


(j) wash up 


11/2 


2 (each set of faucets) 


Urinals 






(a) pedestal (siphon jet or 






blowout type) 


2 


3 


(b) stall type 


2 


2 


(c) wall hung (blow out) 


2 


2 


(d) wall hung (separately 






"P" trapped) 


11/2 


IVz 


(e) wall hung (wash out 






with integral trap) 


11/2 


\Vi 


Water closet 






(a) flush tank 


3 


6 


(b) flush valve 


3 


8 



4.9.4. No force main is required to meet the minimum size require- 
ments of gravity drainage piping as set out in Table 4.9.A. 

Subsection 4.10. Hydraulic Loads 

4.10.1. The hydraulic load on a pipe is the total load from, 

(a) every fixture that is connected to the system upstream of the 
pipe; 



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(b) every fixture for which provision is made for future connec- 
tions upstream of the pipe; and 

(c) all roofs and paved surfaces that drain into the system 
upstream of the pipe, including water deflected from verti- 
cal walls. 



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4.10.4. For the purposes of determining the size of combined 
drainage piping in accordance with Table 4.10. D., roof drainage, 
pumped discharge and other continuous or semi-continuous flows 
shall be calculated in gallons per minute and added to the drainage 
rate as calculated in gallons per minute from Table 4.10.C. 



4.10.2. Where the trap size is known, the hydraulic load of a 
plumbing fixture not listed in Table 4.9.A. shall be assigned a value 
in accordance with Table 4. 10. A. 

TABLE 4. 10. A. 

Forming Part of Article 4.10.2. 



TABLE4.10.D. 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Size of Trap 
(inches) 


Hydraulic Load 
(fixture units) 


m 

2 

2Vi 

3 

4 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



4.10.3.(1) No horizontal drainage piping of less than three in. size 
shall have a fixture loading in excess of that permitted by Table 
4.10.B. connected to the drainage piping. 

TABLE4.10.B. 

Forming Part of Sentence 4.10.3.(1) 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Size of Branch 
(inches) 


Maximum Load 
(fixture units) 


1V4 
IW 

2 


2 
4 
6 



Forming Part of Sentence 4.10.3.(3) and Article 4.10.4 




CAPACITY OF HORIZONTAL DRAINAGE PIPE CAN. G.P.M. 


DRAIN 

SIZE 

NOMINAL 

INCHES 


LOADING 






Slope, 


in/foot 




1/32 


1/16 


3/32 


1/8 


1/4 


1/2 


Column 1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


3 


Full 
65% Full 


I 


— 


- 


- 


68 
46 


98 
67 


4 


Full 
65% Full 


— 


I 


— 


97 
63 


140 
91 


203 
132 


5 


Full 
65% Full 


— 


125 
81 


148 
96 


178 
116 


255 
165 


370 
240 


6 


Full 
65% Full 


144 
94 


195 
127 


240 
156 


285 
185 


418 

272 


610 
396 


8 


Full 
65% Full 


280 
182 


415 
269 


525 
341 


600 
390 


878 
578 


1285 
835 


10 


Full 
65% Full 


535 

347 


780 

507 


950 
618 


1130 

735 


1620 
1050 


2370 
1540 


12 


Full 
65% Full 


900 
585 


1270 
825 


1500 
975 


1810 
1180 


2690 
1750 


3820 
2460 


15 


Full 
65% Full 


1110 
720 


1550 
1010 


1820 
1180 


2140 
1390 


3070 
1990 


4300 
2790 



4.10.5.(1) No vertical waste pipe, branch or stack of less than three 
in. diameter shall have a hydraulic load in excess of that permitted by 
Table 4.10.E. connected to it. 



(2) Reserved 

(3) The horizontal drainage pipe size shall be that size determined 
from Table 4.10.D. after the total connected load in fixture units on a 
horizontal drainage pipe is converted to gallons per minute in accor- 
dance with Table No. 4.10.C. 

(4) Horizontal drainage piping shall be designed to carry no more 
than 65 per cent of its full capacity. 

TABLE4.10.C. 

Forming Part of Sentence 4.10.3.(3) and 4.10.5.(3) 



MAXIMUM PROBABLE DRAINAGE RATE CAN. G.P.M. 


Fixture Units 
in Service 


F.U. 
Col. 1 


F.U. 

Col. 1 

X 10 


F.U. 
Col. 1 
X 100 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


100 


53 


174 


900 


90 


51 


164 


835 


80 


49 


153 


750 


70 


47 


140 


680 


60 


44 


128 


600 


50 


41 


115 


520 


40 


38 


102 


435 


30 


33 


88 


350 


20 


27 


72 


262 


10 


21 


53 


174 



TABLE4.10.E. 



Forming Part of Sentence 4.10.5.(1) 



Maximum Load on Soil or Waste Stack, or Other 
Vertical Drainage Pipe Fixture Units 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Pipe 

Size 
(inches) 


Stack ht. 

3 storeys 

or less 


Stack ht. 

more than 

3 storeys 


For Each 

Storey in stack 

of more than 

3 storeys 


1V4 

2 


3 

8 

16 


3 

8 

24 


3 

5 

10 



(2) Reserved 



(3) The vertical drainage pipe size shall be that size determined 
from Table 4.10.F. after the total connected load in fixture units on a 
vertical drainage pipe is converted to gallons per minute in accor- 
dance with Table No. 4.10.C. 



(4) Vertical drainage piping shall be designed to carry no more 
than 33 per cent of its full capacity. 



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TABLE4.10.F. 



Forming Part of Sentence 4.10.5.(3) and Sentence 5.7.2.(1) 



SIZE AND LENGTH OF VENT STACKS 


Stack size 
inches 


Water 
occupied 


Flow Rate 
GPM 


Vent stack size (inches) and 
Max. length (feet) 


IVi" 


2" 


2W 


3" 


(Drain) 


area 












Column 1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


3 


0.15 


18.4 


42 


145 


355 


1040 




.20 


29.4 


32 


110 


270 


805 




.25 


43.0 


27 


94 


230 


680 




.29 


55.7 


25 


86 


210 


620 




.30 


58.4 


24 


85 


205 


610 


4 


.33 
0.15 


69.5 
39.6 


23 
4" 


81 
35 


200 
85 


585 
250 


975 




.20 


64.0 


750 


27 


65 


195 




.25 


92.5 


635 


23 


55 


165 




.29 


120 


580 


21 


50 


150 




.30 


126 


570 


20 


49 


147 


5 


.33 
0.15 


150 
72.0 


545 
320 


19 

5" 


47 
28 


140 

82 


985 




.20 


116 


245 


760 


21 


63 




.25 


168 


207 


640 


18 


53 




.29 


217 


189 


585 


16 


49 




.30 


228 


186 


575 


16 


48 


6 


.33 
0.15 


272 
117 


179 
130 


555 
400 


15 
6" 


46 

33 


1000 




.20 


189 


100 


310 


775 


26 




.25 


274 


84 


260 


655 


22 




.29 


354 


77 


240 


595 


20 




.30 


370 


76 


235 


590 


19 


8 


.33 
0.15 


441 
251 


73 
31 


225 
95 


565 
240 


19 

8" 


940 




.20 


406 


24 


73 


185 


720 




.25 


589 


20 


62 


155 


610 




.29 


762 


18 


56 


140 


555 




.30 


798 


18 


56 


140 


550 




.33 


950 


17 


53 


135 


525 


10 


0.15 


455 


10" 


31 


78 


305 


960 




.20 


736 


735 


24 


60 


235 




.25 


1070 


625 


20 


51 


200 




.29 


1380 


570 


18 


46 


180 




.30 


1440 


560 


18 


46 


180 




.33 


1730 


535 


17 


44 


170 


12 


0.15 


740 


380 


12" 


31 


120 


940 




.20 


1200 


295 


720 


24 


94 




.25 


1730 


250 


610 


20 


79 




.29 


2240 


225 


555 


18 


72 




-.30 


2350 


225 


550 


18 


71 




.33 


2800 


215 


525 


17 


68 


15 


0.15 


1340 


125 


305 


14" 


40 


480 




.20 


2170 


96 


235 


370 


31 




.25 


3140 


81 


200 


310 


26 




.29 


4070 


74 


180 


290 


24 




.30 


4260 


73 


180 


280 


23 




.33 


5080 


70 


170 


270 


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O. Reg. 815/84, Section 4; O. Reg. 675/85, ss. 21-28. 

SECTION 5— Venting System 

Subsection S.l. Vent Pipes for Traps 

5.1.1.(1) Except as provided in Sentences (2), (3) and Article 
5.2.1., every trap shall be vented. 

(2) A trap that serves a floor drain, interceptor or sump, directly 
connected to a building drain is not required to be vented where, 

(a) the size of the trap is at least three inches; 

(b) the length of the fixture drain is at least thirty-six inches; 

(c) the total fall on Xhe fixture drain does not exceed its inside 
diameter; and 

(d) the minimum slope on a three inch fixture drain is Va in/ft 
and on sizes larger than three inch is (/s in/ft. 

(3) A trap is not required to be vented where, 

(a) it serves a subsoil drainage pipe; 

(b) it serves a storm drainage system; or 

(c) it forms part of an indirect waste system, less than three sto- 
reys high. 

Subsection 5.2. Stack Venting & Modified Stack Venting, Loop & 
Circuit Venting and Relief Venting 

5.2.1. A vertical soil stack that is not less than three inch diameter 
that is extended as a stack vent shall be deemed to vent a fixture trap 
where the connection of the fixture drain meets the following 
requirements: 

1. The number of stack vented fixtures connected to one stack 
above the water closet is not greater than four. 

2. All fixtures of the stack vented group numbering four or less 
above the water closet are on the same floor level or storey and the 
stack receives no waste at a higher level. 

3. The number of stack vented water closets is not greater than two. 

4. Where two water closets are installed they are connected at the 
same level to a vertical part of the stack by means of a double Y fit- 
ting. 

5. Where there are two water closets in a stack vented group and 
they are installed as described in paragraph 4, the remaining/urmrei 
of the group are connected directly and independently to the stack 
above the connection of the two water closets and the uppermost 
fixture is connected to the vertical stack. 

6. Where there is only one water closet in the stack vented group it 
is connected to the vertical stack or the horizontal continuation of the 
stack and the remaining/ù-r«re5 upstream of the water closet are con- 
nected directly and independently to the stack and the uppermost 
fixture is connected to the vertical portion of the slack. 

1. The total number of fixture units connected above the water 
closet is not greater than six. 

8. No fixture drain connected above the water closet is of more 
than two inch trade size and is not serving a siphonic trap. 

5.2.2.(1) A horizontal branch off a stack or a building drain may be 
loop or circuit vented where, 

(a) the loop or circuit vented branch is of a size three inches or 
greater; 



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(b) the number of loop or circuit vented fixtures is less than 
seven per vent and in any group of six or less circuit vented 
fixtures all but the last of the group are downstream of the 
point where the circuit or loop vent connects to the branch; 

(c) the loop or circuit vented fixture is a sanitary unit, floor 
drain, hub drain, shower drain or trap standard slop sink; 

(d) all fixtures connected to the loop or circuit vented branch 
are on the same floor level; 

(e) no soil or waste stack connects to the loop or circuit vented 
branch; 

(f) no loop or circuit vented trap has a horizontal run of waste 
pipe of more than five ft.; and 

(g) in a water closet installation, no loop or circuit vented trap 
has a horizontal run of waste pipe of more than five feet nor 
a vertical run of more than three feet. 

(2) Where a stack or a building drain has a loop or circuit vented 
branch connected to it and the stack or building drain carries more 
than six fixture units of drainage upstream of the connection or has 
connected to it a drainage pipe larger than two inch size or receives 
drainage from a higher floor level, the loop or circuit vented branch 
shall be relief vented. 

(3) A relief vent required by Sentence (2) may be a wet vent if it is 
of two in. size or greater and no more than one fixture having a maxi- 
mum of 1 Vi fixture units is drained into it. 

(4) Where no more than six loop or circuit vented fixture traps are 
connected to two or more horizontal branches that connect to the 
same horizontal branch, the horizontal branches may have a com- 
bined relief vent. 

Subsection 5.3. Vent Pipes for Soil or Waste Stacks 

5.3.1. The upper end of every soil or waste stack shall terminate in 
a stack vent and the stack vent shall terminate in open air outside the 
building or connect directly or through a header to another stack vent 
or vent stack that does terminate in open air outside the building. 

5.3.2.(1) Where back vents, relief vents, circuit vents or loop vents 
are installed in two or more storeys served by a soil stack or waste 
stack, a vent stack shall be installed in conjunction with the soil or 
waste stack. 



storey in which plumbing is or may be installed, including the base- 
ment of a single family dwelling, shall have extended into it or pass- 
ing through it a vent pipe that is at least IV^ inch size. 

(5) Where a single family dwelling, built prior to the 7th day of 
April, 1976, has a vent pipe installed in the basement that is at least 
1 Vi inch trade size and there is no larger vent pipe in the area, the 1 V* 
inch pipe may be used to vent one water closet and one wash basin, 
where both fixtures are located in the basement and where the vent 
connecting the water closet or the wash basin and the water closet to 
the vent pipe, is at least IVi in. trade size. 

(6) Where a vent stack is required by Sentence (1) to be installed 
in conjunction with the soil or waste stack as a result of additions or 
alterations to a plumbing system in an existing building, the vent 
stack may be erected vertically outside the building, provided that, 

(a) no single change of direction of the stack exceeds 45°; 

(b) all parts of the stack are vertical; 

(c) the stack terminates above the roof of the building where 
the building is four storeys in height or less; and 

(d) the requirements set out in Sentence 5.5.5.(3) are met. 

5.3.3.(1) Where a soil stack or a waste stack receives the discharge 
from fixtures located on more than eleven storeys, a yoke vent shall 
be installed, 

(a) for each section of five storeys or part thereof counted from 
the top down; and 

(b) at or immediately above each offset or double offset. 

(2) The yoke vent shall be connected to the soil or waste stack by 
means of a drainage fitting at or immediately below the lowest soil or 
waste pipe from the lowest i/orey of the section described in Sentence 
(1)- 

(3) The yoke vent shall connect to the vent stack at least three ft., 
three in. above the floor level of the lowest storey in the section 
described in Sentence (1). 

(4) Despite Sentence (1), a yoke vent is not required to be 
installed where the soil or waste stack is interconnected to the vent 
stack in each storey by means of 3l fixture or a group oiventeà fixtures 
installed in accordance with Subsection 5.2. 



(2) Despite Sentence (1), a vent stack is not required to be 
installed in conjunction with the soil or waste stack in a residential 
building of three storeys or less. 

(3) A vent stack shall, 

(a) have its lower end connected to, 

(i) the waste stack or soil stack at or below the lowest 
horizontal drainage pipe connected to the waste stack 
or soil stack, OT 

(ii) the building drain immediately downstream of the 
slack connection; 

(b) extend to the open air independently or through a header; 

(c) have its lower end, where it is connected to the soil stack, 
waste stack or building drain, of a size and length as deter- 
mined from Table 4.10. F.; and 

(d) despite clause (c), at each point of interconnection with a 
branch vent be not smaller than the minimum size permitted 
byTable5.7.B. 

(4) Where a plumbing system is installed in a building, every 



Subsection 5.4. Miscellaneous Vent Pipes 

5.4.1. Every tank that receives sewage shall be provided with a vent 
pipe that is connected to the top of the tank and that is sized in accor- 
dance with Article 5.6.5. 

5.4.2.(1) Every oil interceptor shall be provided with two vent pipes 
that, 

(a) connect to the interceptor at opposite ends; 

(b) extend independently to open air; 

(c) terminate at least seven ft. above ground; and 

(d) do not connect to each other or any other vent pipe. 

(2) Adjacent compartments within an oil interceptor shall be con- 
nected to each other by a vent opening. 

(3) Every grease or oil interceptor shall have a vent pipe that is at 
least 1 Vi inch size connected to the outlet pipe, except where it is 
protected against siphoning. 

5.4.3. Where a building trap is installed in a plumbing system, a 
fresh air inlet not less than four in. in size shall be connected 



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upstream of the building trap and within four ft. of the building trap 
and downstream of any other connection. 

Subsection 5.5. Arrangements for Vent Piping 

5.5.1.(1) Every waste pipe shall be installed and back vented at the 
same time. 

(2) Every vent pipe shall be installed without a sag or depression. 

5.5.2.(1) Every vent pipe in a plumbing system shall be installed so 
as to be direct as possible to a vent stack or open air, as the case may 
be, and so that any horizontal run below the flood level of the fixture 
to which the vent pipe is installed is eliminated where structurally 
possible. 

(2) Where a vent pipe is connected to a nominally horizontal soil 
or waste pipe, the connection shall be above the horizontal centre 
line of the soil or waste pipe. 

(3) Despite Sentence (2), a wet vent is not required to be con- 
nected above the horizontal centre line of the soil or waste pipe. 

5.5.3.(1) Except as provided in Sentences (2) and (3), a vent pipe 
that protects a fixture trap shall be so located that, 

(a) the developed length of a fixture drain measured from the 
trap weir is, 

(i) not less than twice the size of the fixture drain, and 

(ii) not more than five feet; 

(b) the total fall of the fixture drain from a "P" trap is not 
greater than the size of the fixture drain; and 

(c) no fixture drain has a cumulative change of direction of 
more than 135°. 

(2) No fixture drain of a water closet, S-trap standard or a fixture 
that depends on siphonic action for the proper functioning of the 
fixture and that discharges vertically shall have a cumulative change 
of direction of more than 225°. 

(3) No vertical leg of the waste from a water closet or other fixture 
that has an integral siphonic flushing action shall exceed three ft. 

(4) The vent pipe from a water closet or olheT fixture that has an 
integral siphonic flushing action may be connected to the vertical leg 
of its waste pipe. 

5.5.4.(1) The upper end of every vent pipe shall be above the fiood 
level of the highest /ùrmre it serves before connecting to another vent 
pipe. 

(2) No vent piping shall be so arranged that it will serve as a by- 
pass in the event of an obstruction in the drainage pipe. 

5.5.5.(1) The upper end of every vent pipe that is not terminated in 
open air shall be connected to a venting system that is terminated in 
open air. 

(2) A vent pipe that serves an oil interceptor, a vent stack that is 
permitted by Sentence 5.3.2.(6), a vent stack and a stack vent shall 
each terminate in open air as set out in Sentence (3). 

(3) The terminal of a vent pipe shall be located, 

(a) at least three feet above or twelve feet in any other direc- 
tion from any air inlet, openable window or door in, 

(i) the building in which the vent pipe is installed, and 

(ii) in any adjacent building; 



(b) at least six inches above the roof of the building where the 
vent is installed and, where storm water is intended to pond 
on the roof, at least six inches above the high water level; 
and 

(c) at least seven ft. above the roof of the building that the vent 
is installed in, where the roof is intended for human occu- 
pancy. 

(4) Clause (3) (a) does not apply to aftesh air inlet pipe. 

(5) Where a vent pipe is located seven feet or more above a roof, 
it shall be so constructed as to be stable and secure. 

(6) Where a stack ot vent pipe passes through a roof or a wall, the 
stack or vent pipe shall be equipped with a flashing so installed that 
no storm water can pass between the structure and the flashing or 
between the flashing and the pipe or slack. 

(7) Flashing shall be of material specified in Article 2.9.11. and 
on a shingled roof shall have a minimum dimension of twenty inches 
by twenty inches. 

(8) Where a sleeve flashing is installed on a flat roof it shall 
extend at least six inches above the flood level and on a sloped roof 
shall be at least six inches high on the short side. 

(9) No bore of a vent stack or stack vent shall be reduced or 
obstructed by the installation of a flashing. 

Subsection 5.6. Minimum Size of Vent Pipes 

5.6.1.(1) Except as provided in Article 5.3.1 and 5.7.1, where a 
vent pipe vents one or more fixture traps, the pipe size of the vent 
pipe shall be in accordance with Table 5. 6. A. 

TABLE 5.6.A. 

Forming Part of Sentence 5.6.1.(1) 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Size of Trap 


Minimum Size 


Served, in. 


of Vent Pipe, in. 


l'/4 


Wa 


11/2 


H/4 


2 


IVi 


21/2 


\Vi 


3 


\Vi 


4 


\Vi 


5 


2 


6 


2 



(2) Every relief vent, loop vetit or circuit vent shall be at least two 
inch size. 

5.6.2.(1) Except as provided in Sentence 5.3.2.(5), no branch vent, 
stack vent, vent stack or header shall be a size less than the size of the 
largest vent pipe connected to it. 

(2) Every building drain, every branch of a building drain that is 
designated as part of the building drain and every connected 
drainage pipe that acts as a building drain shall terminate at its 
upstream end in a stack of at least three inch size. 

(3) A stack referred to in Sentence (2) shall be a ,vc«7 stack if one is 
available and may be a vent stack or wa-ite stack that provides at least 
three inch stack vent and that goes to open air above the rotif, either 
directly or through a header. 

5.6.3. Reserved 

5.6.4. Where a yoke vent is required to be installed in accordance 
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5.6.5. Where the diameter of an Met pipe to a sewage tank is, 

(a) five inches or larger, the diameter of the vent pipe from the 
tank shall be at least four inches; and 

(b) less than five inches, the diameter of the vent pipe from the 
tank shall be the greater of, 

(i) 1 V4 inches, or 

(ii) one trade size smaller than the Met pipe. 

5.6.6.(1) Every vent pipe venting a manufactured oil or grease 
interceptor shall, where the manufacturer makes recommendations, 
be sized in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. 

(2) Where vent pipes of IV4, IV^ or two inch size are installed in 
one location and each vent pipe vents separately to open air, each 
vent pipe shall be increased to at least three inch size before being 
vented through a roof or an exterior wall. 

(3) Where a manufacturer of a grease or oil interceptor makes no 
recommendation with respect to the size of the vent pipe venting an 
oil or grease interceptor, the interceptor shall be vented at each end 
with a vent pipe that is not more than one size smaller than the larg- 
est connected drainage pipe and not less than 1 1/4 inch nominal p/pe 
size. 

(4) Every vent pipe serving an oil or grease interceptor that is built 
in location shall be at least of three inch size throughout its length. 

Subsection 5.7. Sizing of Vent Pipes and Wet Vents 

5.7.1.(1) Where two or three fixtures are installed in a plumbing 
system any one of the fixtures may be wet vented by one or both of 
the other fixtures if, 

(a) all the fixtures are on the same floor level; 

(b) only the wet vented fixture is a water closet or other fixture 
using a siphonic trap; 

(c) where the wet vented trap is not a siphonic trap, it is a P-trap 
and the wet vent is connected to the horizontal waste pipe 
downstream from the weir of the P-trap at least eighteen 
inches and not more than five feet; 

(d) at least one of the wet venting fixtures is drained through a 
vertical continuous waste and vent and the waste pipe serving 
as a wet vent is at least, 

(i) l'/4 inch size, where the wet vented trap is of I1/4 or 
1 1/2 inch size, 

(ii) 1 1/2 inch size, where the wet vented trap is of two inch 
size, or 

(iii) two inch size, where the wet vented trap is of three, 
four or six inch size. 

(2) Where there are two wet venting fixtures in a plumbing system 
referred to in Sentence (1) and both connect to the same vertical con- 
tinuous waste and vent, both wet venting fixtures shall, where they are 
connected at the same level, be vented by a double Y or double 
waste fitting or, where they are not connected at the same level, be 
separately vented. 

5.7.2.(1) No branch vent and its connecting branch shall be smaller 
in diameter than the diameter calculated in accordance with Table 
5.7.B. and where Table 4.10.F. is not applicable to the vent, the 
maximum length of the vent shall be calculated in accordance with 
Table5.7.C. 



TABLE 5.7.B. 



Forming Part of Sentence 5.7.2.(1) 



BRANCH VENTING 


Combination 
Number 


Size of 
Receiving 

Vent 


Maximum Number 
Size and Nature of Connecting Vents 


11/4 in. 

Other Than 

Water 

Closet 


IViin. 

Other Than 

Water 

Closet 


l'/2in. 
Water 
Closet 


Column 1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 


11/4 

l'/2 

IV2 
\Vi 
11/2 
11/2 
IV2 

2 

2 

2 
2V2 
21/2 


4 
12 

4 

2 

50 

25 
25 


6 

1 

2 

25 
12 
12 


2 
1 
1 
1 

6 
10 
10 



Note: Vent pipes permitted in columns 3 and 4 of combinations 2 to 
12 may be exchanged on the basis of two l'/4 inch vent pipes 
equal to one 1 V2 inch vent pipe. 

TABLE 5.7.C. 

Forming Part of Sentence 5.7.2.(1) 



MAXIMUM LENGTH OF VENTS 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Pipe, trade size, 
in inches 


Maximum length, 
in feet 


11/4 
IVi 

2 
2V2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


50 

50 

60 

80 

100 

150 

200 

250 



(2) Where Table 4.10.F. is not applicable to a branch vent, 
header, loop or circuit vent, no vent, header or loop vent shall have 
branch connections in excess of the number that are permitted by the 
combinations in Table 5.7.B. and, where one vent pipe protects 
more than one trap, each trap shall be counted as one vent. 

(3) Reserved 

(4) For the purpose of Table 5.7. C, 

(a) the length of a loop vent shall be the developed length from 
the soil or waste pipe to the stack vent; 

(b) the length of a circuit vent shall be the developed length 
from the horizontal soil or waste /7/pe to the vent stack, stack 
vent, header or open air, and 

(c) the length of a branch vent shall be the developed length of 
vent piping from the most distant soil or waste pipe connec- 
tion to a vent stack, stack vent, header or open air. 

(5) Reserved 

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(7) For the purpose of Table 4.10.F. and Table 5.7.C., the length 
of a header shall be the developed length of vent piping from the venl 
stack or slack venl where the header terminates to the most distant 
vent or slack connected to it. 

5.7.3. For the purpose of Table 4.10.F. and Table 5.1. C, the 
length of a vent slack or stack vent shall be its developed length from 
its lower end where it connects to drainage piping to its upper end 
where it connects to a header or goes directly to open air. O. Reg. 
815/84, Section 5; O. Reg. 675/85, ss. 29-37. 

SECTION 6— Potable Water Systems 

Subsection 6.1. Arrangement of Piping 

6.1.1.(1) E\ery fixture supplied with separate hot and cold water 
controls shall have the hot water control on the left and the cold on 
the right. 

(2) Where hot and cold water is mixed and the temperature is 
regulated by a single, unmarked, manual control, a movement to the 
left shall increase the temperature and a movement to the right shall 
decrease the temperature. 

(3) A single control hot and cold water supply device that does 
not comply with Sentence (2) shall have sufficient markings to make 
the control pattern obvious to a person operating the control for the 
first time. 

6.1.2.(1) All water piping shall be sograded or pitched that all parts 
of the system can be drained. 

(2) Sentence (1) does not apply to a water service pipe or a 
distributing pipe buried in the earth. 

(3) Where a drain valve is installed in a plumbing system, it shall 
completely drain the piping that it serves. 

6.1.3.(1) Every water service pipe shall be provided with a building 
control valve adjacent to the inner surface of the wall or floor 
through which the service pipe enters the building. 

(2) A drainport shall be provided downstream of the building 
control valve required by Sentence (1) and if there is a meter, the 
drainport shall be downstream of the meter. 

(3) Where the building control valve required by Sentence (1) is 
of one inch size or smaller, the valve and the drainport may be com- 
bined in the form of a stop and waste valve. 

(4) Despite Sentences (1), (2) and (3), where the water supply is 
to be metered, the installation of the meter, including the piping that 
is part of the meter installation and the valving arrangement for the 
meter installation, shall be according to the water purveyor's require- 
ments. 

6.1.4. Where a water service or a cold water distributing system 
contains pipe or fittings that may be damaged by water of 200°F or 
hotter, the supply pipe to the water heater shall be check valved to 
protect the cold v/ater piping. 

6.1.5.(1) Every distributing pipe that extends through more than 
one storey shall be provided with a shut-off valve at the source of 
supply to the riser. 

(2) Sentence (1) does not apply to a single family dwelling. 

6.1.6. The supply to every water closet shall be provided with a 
shut-off valve. 

6.1.7.(1) Every flushing device that serves a water closet or one or 
more urinals shall have sufficient capacity and be so adjusted as to 
deliver at each operation a volume of water that will thoroughly flush 
the fixture or fixtures that it serves. 



(2) Where a manually operated flushing device is installed in a 
plumbing system, it shall serve only one fixture. 

6.1.8. The water supply in each dwelling unit in a building of mul- 
tiple dwelling units shall be controllable without interruption of the 
water supply in other dwelling units or the water supply to each 
fixture in each dwelling unit shall be separately valved. 

6.1.9. The water supply to each fixture in a public washroom shall 
be individually valved and each valve shall be accessible. 

6.1.10. Every pipe in a plumbing system that is supplied with cold 
water from a water tank shall be provided with a shut-off valve 
located close to the tank. 

6.1.11. Every pipe in a plumbing system that supplies a hot water 
tank shall be provided with a shut-off valve located close to the hot 
water tank. 

6.1.12.(1) Every pipe in a plumbing system that passes through an 
exterior wall to supply water to an outside hose bibb or other outside 
requirement shall, subject to Sentence (2), be fitted with a stop and 
waste valve adjacent to the inside of the exterior wall. 

(2) Where a hose bib referred to in Sentence (I) is a self draining 
wall hydrant, a stop valve may be used in Ueu of a stop and waste. 

6.1.13.(1) Every pressure vessel that is part of aplumbing system or 
connected to a plumbing system shall be relief valved so that the 
internal pressure of the plumbing system will not rise beyond 150 
p.s.i. or 1/2 the maximum test pressure sustained by the vessel which- 
ever is the lesser. 

(2) Every storage-type water heater that is part of aplumbing sys- 
tem shall be protected by, 

(a) a temperature relief valve that will spill sufficient hot water 
to hold the temperature in the hottest part of the tank 
below 210°F and the part of the relief valve that is the sens- 
ing device shall be installed within the top six inches of the 
tank and, where the relief valve is certified, in accordance 
with Sentence 2.9.10.(1), shall be installed in accordance 
with CSA Standard C22.2 No. 110-M1981 Construction and 
Test of Electric Storage-Tank Water Heaters or CGA Stan- 
dard CANl-4, 1-77, as the case may be; or 

(b) an energy cut-off device that is independent of the normal 
thermostatic control and that will shut off the electrical 
energy or fuel supply before the water temperature exceeds 
210°F and the part of the cut-off device that is the tempera- 
ture sensing device shall be installed on or within the top sbi 
inches of the tank and, where the cut-off device is certified 
in accordance with CSA 22.2 No. 110-M1981, installed in 
accordance with the CSA Standard. 

(3) Every water heater equipped with an energy cut-off device 
shall have the location of the device clearly marked on the jacket of 
the heater. 

(4) A combined pressure-temperature relief valve may be used to 
comply with the requirements of Sentences (1) and (2). 

(5) Every pipe or tube that conveys water from a temperature 
relief, pressure relief or a combined temperature and pressure relief 
valve that is installed on a hot water tank shall, 

(a) be of a size at least equal to the size of the outlet of the 
valve; 

(b) terminate above a floor drain or sump, or if there is no floor 
drain or sump, at a distance not less than six inches and not 
more than twelve inches from a floor and discharge verti- 
cally down; 

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may occur, have within the warm area adjacent to the tank 
an indirect connection that is not more than twelve inches 
above floor level; and 

(d) if there is no drainpipe connected to the relief valve and the 
water spills directly from the valve, terminate at a distance 
not less than six inches and not more than twelve inches 
from a floor and discharge vertically down. 

(6) No shut-off valve shall be installed on a pipe between a hot 
water tank and a relief valve or on a discharge pipe from such a relief 
valve. 

6.1.14. Every valve in a water distributing piping shall be readily 
accessible for maintenance. 

6.1.15. Every plumbing system shall be so designed as to eliminate 
water hammer. 

Subsection 6.2. Protection from Contamination 

6.2.1.(1) For the purpose of this subsection, "consumer", when 
used to refer to a consumer of water, means the person actually using 
the water. 

(2) No potable water that is supplied to a consumer by a water 
purveyor shall be treated or adulterated before it reaches the con- 
sumer except where such process is administered under the complete 
control of, 

(a) the water purveyor, or 

(b) the consumer with the consent of the water purveyor. 

(3) No person shall interfere with a potable water system in any 
manner that will cause the water to become non-potable. 

(4) No connection shall be made between a potable water system 
supplied with water from a water works approved under the Ontario 
Water Resources Act and any other potable water system without the 
consent of the water purveyor. 

(5) Where a hose bibb is installed outside a building or inside a 
garage, the potable water system shall be protected against backflow 
through the hose bibb. 

6.2.2. Every newly installed part of a potable water system shall be 
clean and free of any matter that may affect the health of a person 
before being put into service. 

6.2.3.(1) Every potable water system that supplies a fixture or tank 
that is not subject to pressures above atmospheric shall be protected 
against back siphonage by a backflow preventer. 

(2) Where the water level in a tank is controlled by an overflow 
arrangement, the highest water level permitted by the overflow shall 
for the purpose of preventing backflow be considered to be tUe flood 
level. 

(3) An atmospheric vacuum breaker shall not be used on a fixture 
or device that operates for more than twelve hours continuously. 

6.2.4. The height of an air gap shall be at least three times the 
diameter of the v^ater supply pipe to the fixture or tank and shall not 
be less than one inch. 

6.2.5.(1) An atmospheric vacuum breaker shall be installed with its 
critical level at least two inches above the flood level of a fixture or 
maximum water level in a tank. 

(2) A pressure vacuum breaker shall be installed with its critical 
level at least twelve inches above the flood level of a fixture or maxi- 
mum water level in a tank. 

(3) Where the critical level is not marked on an atmospheric 



vacuum breaker or pressure vacuum breaker, the critical level shall be 
deemed to be the lowest point on the device. 

6.2.6. A vacuum breaker, that is not of the pressure type and that is 
installed to serve as a back-siphonage preventer, shall be so installed 
that when the flow of water through it is stopped, the pressure of the 
water in it will automatically drop to atmospheric pressure or less. 

6.2.7. Where a potable water supply is connected to a boiler, cool- 
ing jacket or other device where a non-potable fluid may be under 
pressure that is above atmospheric or the water outlet may be sub- 
merged in the non-potable fluid, the water supply shall be fitted with 
a backflow preventer that is certified to the applicable CSA Standard 
of the B64 series. 

6.2.8. Where a backflow preventer is installed to protect a potable 
water system from contamination, the backflow preventer shall be 
selected, installed, maintained and field tested in accordance with 
CSA Standard B64.10-M1981. 

6.2.9. Where apotable water supply serves a fire protection system, 
the fire protection system shall be isolated by means of, 

(a) where no water treatment chemicals or anti-freeze solutions 
are added to a fire protection system, a double check valve 
assembly certified to CSA Standard B64. 5-1976; and 

(b) where water treatment chemicals or anti-freeze solutions 
are added to a fire protection system, a reduced pressure 
principle backflow preventer certified to CSA Standard 
B64.4-1976. 

Subsection 6.3. Tanks 

6.3.1. Every tank that is installed in a plumbing system shall be sup- 
ported independently of the piping that is connected to it. 

6.3.2.(1) Every open tank shall be equipped with an overflow p/pe 
that drains to afixture. 

(2) Where a tank is connected to apotable water system, the tank 
shall have a valved drain line connected to it at the lowest part of the 
tank. 

(3) Where a drain line referred to in Sentence (2) discharges into 
afixture or receptacle, an air break equal to at least three drain line 
diameters shall be installed in the drain line. 

Subsection 6.4. Reserved 

Subsection 6.5. Size and Capacity of Pipes 

6.5.1.(1) Except as provided in Sentence (2), the size of apipe that 
supplies water to afixture or device shall comply with Table 6.5.A. 

TABLE 6.5.A. 



Forming Part of Sentence 6.5.1.(1) 


Column 1 


Column 2 




Minimum Size 


Fixture or Device 


of Supply Pipe, in. 


Bath tub 


1/2 


Combination sink and tray 


'/5 


Drinking fountain 


V» 


Dishwasher, domestic 


Vi 


Kitchen sink, domestic 


Vi 


Kitchen sink, commercial 


Vi 


Lavatory 


% 


Laundry tray: 1, 2 or 3 compartments 


Vz 


Shower, single head 


Vi 



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Column 1 


Column 2 


Fixture or Device 


Minimum Size 
of Supply fjpe, in. 


Sink, service, slop 

Sink, flushing rim 

Urinal, flush tank 

Urinal, direct flush valve type 

Water closet, flush valve type 

Water closet, tank type 

Hose bibb 

Wall hydrant 


Vi 

1 

Vi 



(2) Where a water distributing pipe is not directly connected to a 
fixture or a fixture faucet but is connected with a flexible tube of a 
diameter smaller than that specified by Table 6.5.A., the developed 
length of the connector shall not be more than fourteen inches and, 
where -V» inch pipe of iron pipe size is used, the maximum length 
shall not exceed thirty-six inches. 

6.5.2.(1) No serx'ice pipe shall have a capacity that is less than the 
peak demand flow. 

(2) No service pipe, and no distributing pipe between the point of 
connection with the serx'ice pipe or the meter and l\\e first branch that 
supplies a water heater, shall have an inside diameter of less than -Vi 
inch. 

(3) Every pipe that supplies a fixture shall have a capacity that will 
produce a flow in the fixture that will flush the fixture and keep it in a 
sanitary condition. O. Reg. 815/84, Section 6; O. Reg. 675/85, 
ss. 38-47; O. Reg. 588'88, ss. 1, 3. 

SECTION 7— Storm Drainage Systems 

Subsection 7.1. Application 

7.1.1. This section applies to all rainwater leaders conducting water 
from a roof through the interior of the building, to the building storm 
drain within or under the building, to the building storm sewer and to 
other storm water conductors connected directly to a building storm 
drain or a building storm sewer. 

Subsection 7.2. Materials for Storm Water Drainage 

7.2.1.(1) Storm drainage piping that is installed above ground inside 
a building shall be, 

(a) cast iron soil pipe certified to CSA Standard B70-M 1 978; 

(b) ductile iron water pipe manufactured to ANSI/A WWA 
Standard C151/A21.51-1981; 

(c) galvanized steel or wrought Won pipe of schedule 40 dimen- 
sion and manufactured to ASTM Standard A53 or A 1 20; 

(d) hard drawn copper tube manufactured to ASTM Standard 
B306-76 Copper Drainage Tube; 

(e) asbestos cement certified to CSA Standard B127.1-M1977; 

(f) acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene certified to CSA Standard 
CAN3-B181.1-M85; 

(g) poly (vinyl chloride) certified to CSA Standard CAN3- 
B181.2-M85, BI37.3-M1981 or B182.2-M1983 that has a 
dimension ratio of thirty-five or less; or 

(h) aluminum pipe certified to CSA Standard CAN3-B281- 
M85, 



as the case requires. 

(2) Storm drainage piping that is installed below ground within 
the perimeter of the building or not more than three feet beyond the 
building shall be, 

(a) cast iron soilpipe certified to CSA Standard B70-M1978; 

(b) asbestos cement sewer pipe manufactured to CGSB Stan- 
dard 34-GP-23M or 34-GP-9dM; 

(c) vitrified clay pipe certified to CSA Standard A60.1 or 
A60.1-M1976; 

(d) copper tube of type "L" or "K"; 

(e) acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene certified to CSA Standard 
CAN3-BI81.1-M85 or B182.1-M1983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less; 

(f) poly (vinyl chloride) certified to, 

(i) CSA Standard CAN3.B181.1-M85, 

(ii) CSA Standard B182.1-M1983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less, 

(iii) CSA Standard B182.2-M1983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less, 

(iv) CSA Standard B182.3-M1983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less, or 

(v) CSA Standard B137.3-M1981 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less; 

(g) concrete pipe that complies with the applicable CSA Stan- 
dard of the A257-1974 series; or 

(h) aluminum pipe certified to CSA Standard CAN3-B281- 
M85, 

as the case requires. 

(3) Piping that is installed in a building storm sewer from the 
building storm drain to the street line or a point of disposal on the 
property shall be, 

(a) cast iron so'Apipe certified to CSA Standard B70-M1978; 

(b) asbestos cement sewer pipe manufactured to CGSB Stan- 
dard 34-GP-23M or 34GP; 

(c) vitrified clay pipe certified to CSA Standard A60. 1-1969 or 
A60.1-M1976; 

(d) acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene certified to CSA Standard 
CAN3-B181.1-M85 or B182.1-M1983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less; 

(e) poly (vinyl chloride) certified to, 

(i) CSA Standard CAN3-B181.2-M85, 

(ii) CSA Standard B 182.1 -Ml 983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less, 

(iii) CSA Standard B182.2-MI983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less, 

(iv) CSA Standard B182.3-M1983 that has a dimension 
ratio of thirty-five or less, or 

(v) CSA Standard B137.3-M1981 that has a dimension 
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(f) concrete pipe that complies with the applicable CSA Stan- 
dard of the A257-1974 series; or 

(g) where disposal is to surface waters, corrugated galvanized 
steel, 

as the case may be. 

(4) Despite Sentence (I), rainwater leaders that are exposed 
throughout their length in buildings may be of black iron or steel 
pipe. 

Subsection 7.3. Installation 

7.3.1. Where a building is provided with roof hoppers, the installa- 
tion ol storm drainage piping shall include the connection to the roof 
hoppers. 

7.3.2.(1) Rainwater leaders and other storm drainage piping 
installed above ground shall be securely hung, braced and buttressed 
so that the weight of the pipe full of water and the maximum hydro- 
static head produced by such a condition will not overload the pipe, 
fittings, joints or hangers or other supports. 

(2) Pipe hangers shall be spaced sufficiently close so that piping 
referred to in Sentence (1) will remain in alignment and free from 
visible sags under maximum load conditions. 

(3) Pipe referred to in Sentence (1) shall be attached by using 
manufactured expansion joints or be laid out so that the pipe is self 
compensating during periods of expansion or contraction. 

(4) Reserved 

(5) Where black iron or steel rainwater leaders are exposed 
throughout their length in buildings the anchor brackets may be 
welded to the pipe. 

(6) Subsection 3.5 applies with necessary modifications to the 
installation of underground storm drainage piping. 

7.3.3. A roof hopper shall be of such a design that it, 

(a) can be securely and easily attached to the storm drainage 
piping; 

(b) can be disassembled without any specialized tools; and 

(c) produces a waterproof joint between the roof hopper and 
the storm drainage piping. 

Subsection 7.4. Cleaning Considerations , „ 

7.4.1.(1) In this subsection, "abrupt change of direction" means 
any deflection from a straight line course that exceeds 45° and that is 
not a smooth sweep having a turning radius of at least three pipe 
diameters. 

(2) A storm drainage system shall be so designed that the flow 
velocity in all pipes in the system will be greater than two feet per 
second when flowing half full. 

(3) Where there is an abrupt change of direction in an under- 
ground storm drainage pipe, a maintenance hole shall be installed at 
the abrupt change. 

(4) Where a storm drainage pipe has a branch of a smaller diame- 
ter than the run, the change in size shall be made at the junction of 
the branch and the run or as close to it as is possible in the circum- 
stances. 

(5) Horizontal storm drainage piping of four inch diameter or less 
shall have all parts of the pipe interior accessible to a cleaning swab 
or scraper by rodding downstream of the cleanout a distance of not 
more than fifty feet. 



(6) The maximum rodding distance in a downstream direction in 
a horizontal storm drainage pipe of six inch diameter shall be 100 
feet. 

(7) Where it is not possible to rod the entire 100 feet referred to 
in Sentence (6) in the building in which the pipe is installed, access 
outside the building shall be provided by a maintenance hole or a 
cleanout opening extended to ground grade. 

(8) Where a horizontal storm drainage pipe that is greater than six 
inch in diameter and is not greater than twenty-four inches in diame- 
ter is installed in a building, no cleanout openings shall be more than 
150 feet apart. 

(9) Where a horizontal storm drainage pipe of a type described in 
Sentence (8) is installed outside a building, underground cleanout 
access shall be provided by maintenance holes spaced not more than 
300 feet apart and the one nearest to the building shall be not more 
than eighty-five feet from the face of the building. 

(10) Storm drainage piping that is greater than twenty-four inches 
in diameter shall be provided with access maintenance holes that are 
not more than 500 feet apart. 

7.4.2.(1) A maintenance hole required by subsection 7.4 on a 
horizontal storm drainage pipe shall have a minimum clear diameter 
of forty-eight inches if it is of a circular cross section and shall have a 
minimum interior side dimension of forty-eight inches if it is of rec- 
tangular cross section. 

(2) Where an area drain or catch basin is trapped by a down- 
turned elbow on the pipe end in a sump, there shall be at least twelve 
inches of clear space between the elbow and the opposite wall of the 
sump. O. Reg. 815/84, Section 7; O. Reg. 675/85, ss. 48, 49; 
O. Reg. 588/88, s. 1. 

SECTION 8— Proprietary Plumbing 

Subsection 8.1. Definition of a Proprietary Plumbing System 

8.1.1. In this section, 

"architect" means the holder of a licence, a certificate of practice or 
a temporary licence under the Architects Act; 

"professional engineer" means a person who holds a licence or a 
temporary licence under the Professional Engineers Act; 

"Proprietary Plumbing System" means a plumbing system or part 
thereof, the design and all components of which are the exclusive 
property or are under the exclusive control of the same person. 

Subsection 8.2. Control of Proprietary Plumbing System 

8.2.2. Sections 2, 3, 4 and 5 of this Code do not apply to a propri- 
etary p/MmWng system designed on the vacuum or single pipe princi- 
ple where, 

(a) the system is designed by a professional engineer or archi- 
tect; 

(b) all component parts of the system including pipes, fittings, 
fixtures, pumps, valves and appurtenances are specified as 
to size, type and quality on the drawings and specifications 
accompanying the application for a permit; and 

(c) the actual layout and installation of the system including the 
hanging and jointing of pipes and fittings and the mounting 
affixtures and appurtenances are subject to supervision and 
review during installation by a professional engineer or 
architect and conform to the drawings and specifications 
submitted with the application for a permit. O. Reg. 
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REGULATION 902 
RATE OF INTEREST 

1. For the purpose of paragraph 2 of subsection 64 (1) of the Act 
the rate of interest is 5 per cent per annum. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
737, s. 1. 



shall submit such information and material as the Director may rea- 
sonably require to satisfy the Director as to the character, qualifica- 
tions and financial responsibility of the applicant or its directors and 
officers. 

(3) Every holder of a well contractor licence shall notify the 
Director of any change in the information furnished in Form 1 or 
Form 3 or under subsection (2) within ten days after the date of the 
change. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 3. 



REGULATION 903 
WELLS 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, 

"air vent" means an outlet at the upper end of the casing that allows 
for equalization of air pressure between the inside of the casing 
and the atmosphere and for the release of gases from the well; 

"annular space" means open space between the casing and the side 
of a well; 

"aquifer" means •» water-bearing formation that is capable of trans- 
mitting water in sufficient quantities to serve as a source of water 
supply; 

"assistant well 11 -hnician" means a person who works at the con- 
struction of wells as an employee or agent of the holder of a well 
contractor licence under the supervision of the holder of a well 
technician licence; 

"bedrock" means the solid rock underlying unconsolidated material 
such as sand, gravel and clay; 

"casing" means pipe, tubing or other material installed in a well to 
support its sides; 

"flowing well" means a well that has a static water level above the 
surface of the adjacent ground; 

"mineralized water" means water containing in excess of 6,000 milli- 
grams per litre total dissolved solids or 500 milligrams per litre 
chlorides or 500 milligrams per litre sulphates; 

"overburden" means unconsolidated material overlying bedrock; 

"static water level" means the level attained by water at equilibrium 
in a well when no water is being taken from the well; 

"well owner" means the owner of land upon which a well is situated 
and includes a tenant or lessee of the land and a person who enters 
into a contract to have a well constructed. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 1. 

Well Contractor Licence 

2.— (1) An application for a well contractor licence shall be in 
Form 1. 

(2) A well contractor licence shall be in Form 2. 

(3) An application for renewal of a well contractor licence shall 
be in Form 3. . 

(4) The fee for a well contractor licence or renewal thereof is $10. 
O. Reg. 612/84, s. 2. 

3.— (1) It is a requirement that an applicant for a well contractor 
licence or renewal thereof or, where the applicant is a partnership or 
a corporation, a partner or director thereof, be eighteen years of age 
or older. 

(2) An applicant for a well contractor licence or renewal thereof 



4.— (1) The following are prescribed as conditions attaching to 
every well contractor licence: 

1. The licensee shall be registered as an itinerant seller under 
the Consumer Protection Act but this condition does not 
apply with respect to a person who is not required to be so 
registered. 

2. The licensee shall maintain insurance in a form approved by 
the Superintendent of Insurance of the Province of Ontario 
for every well construction business carried on by the 
licensee, with respect to the liability of the licensee and the 
licensee's employees arising out of such a well construction 
business, 

i. in an amount not less than $100,000 for property 
damage arising out of any one incident, and 

ii. in an amount not less than $100,000 for the death of 
or bodily injury to any person not an employee of 
the licensee, for each such person, 

but the contract of insurance may, 

iii. limit the insurer's liability under the contract of 
insurance arising out of any one incident to 
$200,000, and 

iv. provide that the insured shall be responsible for a 
stated amount, up to $1,000, for each claim for 
which coverage is required. 

3. The licensee shall not do work or cause any work to be 
done with respect to the construction of wells except by or 
under the supervision of a holder of a well technician 
licence acting within the authority granted by his well tech- 
nician licence who is, 

i. the licensee, 

ii. where the licensee is a partnership, one of the part- 
ners, 

iii. where the licensee is a corporation, an officer or 
director, or 

iv. an employee of the licensee. 

4. The licensee shall submit to the Director in respect of every 
assistant well technician who is his employee or agent, 

i. an application for an identification card in Form 8, 
during the fourth month after the employee or agent 
began to work for or on behalf of the licensee, and 

ii. a submission, in Form 8, on every anniversary of the 
initial submission which the employee or agent con- 
tinues to work for or on behalf of the licensee. 

5. The licensee shall comply and shall ensure that employees 
and agents comply with the requirements of the Act and 
this Regulation. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 4 (1); O. Reg. 132/85, 
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Well Technician Licence 

5.— (1) The following classes of well technician licence are pre- 
scribed: 

1. Well Drilling being a licence authorizing the holder to con- 
struct and supervise the construction of wells by means of 
well drilling equipment including, 

i. rotary drilling equipment (standard, reverse, air, 
mud and air percussion), 

ii. cable tool (churn and percussion), and 

iii. diamond drilling equipment. 

2. Well Digging and Boring being a licence authorizing the 
holder to construct and supervise the construction of wells 
by means of digging with non-powered equipment or with a 
back-hoe or power shovel and by means of boring or auger- 
ing equipment. 

3. Other Well Construction being a licence authorizing the 
holder to construct and supervise the construction of wells 
by only the methods or equipment specified on the licence. 

4. Pump Installation being a licence authorizing the holder to 
install or supervise the installation of pumps and related 
equipment in or connected to a well. 



(2) An application for a well technician licence shall be in Form 



4. 



(3) A well technician licence shall be in Form 5. 

(4) An application for renewal of a well technician licence shall 
be in Form 6. 

(5) The fee for any class of well technician licence is $10. 

(6) The fee for a well technician licence of two, three or four 
classes is $15, $20 and $25, respectively when a single application is 
made for a well technician licence of more than one class. 

(7) Where an application serves to add one, two or three classes 
to a current well technician licence, the fee for the addition is $5, $10 
and $15, respectively. 

(8) The fee for renewal of a well technician licence is $10. 
O. Reg. 612/84, s. 5. 

6.— (1) It is a requirement that an applicant for a well technician 
licence be eighteen years of age or older. - 

(2) An applicant for a well technician licence or renewal thereof 
shall submit such information and material as the Director may rea- 
sonably require to be satisfied as to the character, qualifications and 
physical health and ability of the applicant. 

(3) The following are prescribed as qualifications for an applicant 
for any class of well technician licence: 

1 . Six months work experience helping at or doing the activity 
that would be authorized by the licence applied for. 

2. Either, 

i. a combination of experience at the activity to be 
authorized by the licence applied for and education 
concentrating on that activity totalling twenty-four 
months with an academic year being considered as 
twelve months, or 

ii. successful completion of a course of two academic 
years concentrating upon the activity to be autho- 



rized by the licence applied for offered by a commu- 
nity college or its equivalent. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 6. 

7. The following are prescribed as conditions attaching to every 
well technician licence: 

1. The licensee shall not supervise the operation of more than 
two pieces of well construction equipment at one time. 

2. The licensee shall work or supervise work in connection 
with the construction of a well only as specifically autho- 
rized by the well technician licence he or she holds. 

3. The licensee, while doing or supervising work related to the 
construction of wells, shall carry a copy of his or her licence 
and shall produce it upon the request of an employee or 
agent of the Ministry. 

4. The licensee shall comply and shall ensure that every per- 
son under his or her supervision shall comply with the 
requirements of the Act and this Regulation. O. Reg. 
612/84, s. 7. 

Examination 

8.— (1) Every applicant for a well contractor licence or a well tech- 
nician licence shall take an examination set by the Director. 

(2) Where the applicant for a well contractor licence is a corpora- 
tion or partnership, the examination required under subsection (1) 
shall be taken by each of the official representatives of the applicant. 

(3) An application for an appointment to take an examination 
shall be in Form 7. 

(4) The fee for an examination is $10. 

(5) An applicant who has paid the fee shall be given at least seven 
days notice of the date, time and place appointed for his or her 
examination. 

(6) No applicant may try an examination for the same licence 
more than four times in any period of twelve months. 

(7) For the purposes of subsection (6), an applicant who had an 
appointment for an examination that he or she did not try shall be 
deemed to have tried the examination. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 8. 

Assistant Well Technician 

9.— (1) Every assistant well technician without an identification 
card issued under this Regulation is exempt from section 43 of the 
Act when working at the construction of wells on condition that he or 
she is supervised by a holder of a well technician licence who is 
present at the site. 

(2) Every assistant well technician to whom an identification card 
has been issued under this Regulation is exempt from section 43 of 
the Act when working at the construction of wells on behalf of the 
licensee named on the card on condition that, 

(a) he or she carries the card with them and produces it upon 
the request of an employee or agent of the Ministry; and 

(b) he or she is supervised by the holder of a well technician 
licence who is available to be called to the site within one 
hour. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 9. 

Equipment Markings 

10. Every piece of powered well construction equipment in use or 
at the site of a well under construction shall bear an identification 
marker obtained from the Director, affixed so as to be visible and 
legible at all times. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 10. 



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Construction Requirements 

U.— (1) Every person constructing a well shall comply with the 
requirements set out in sections 12, 13, 14, 15, 17 and 18. 

(2) Every person constructing a well shall make and have avail- 
able for inspection, at the well site during construction or testing, an 
up-to-date record, including a geological log, of the construction and 
testingof the well. 

(3) When the construction of a well is completed or when a well 
under construction is left unattended, the person constructing the 
well shall cover the upper open end of the well securely in a manner 
sufficient to prevent entry into it of surface water or foreign materi- 
als. 

(4) On the day the construction of a well is completed, the person 
constructing the well shall, unless the well owner otherwise directs, 

(a) provide the well owner with a water sample from the well of 
at least one litre for visual examination; and 

(b) measure the depth of the well in the presence of the well 
owner. 

(5) Upon completion of construction of a well, the person con- 
structing the well shall, 

(a) test the yield of the well in accordance with section 19; 

(b) complete the well record in Form 9; 

(c) deliver a copy of the well record to the well owner within 
two weeks after the date on which the well construction 
equipment is removed from the site; 

(d) forward a copy of the well record to the Director within one 
month after the date on which the well construction equip- 
ment is removed from the site; and 

(e) retain a copy of the well record for two years. 

(6) Where construction of a well is completed but the well is not 
developed to a sand-free state, the person constructing the well shall 
notify the well owner of this condition and shall make note of it on 
the well record. 

(7) Subject to subsection (8), where a flowing well is constructed, 
the person constructing the well, 

(a) shall install a device that controls the discharge of water 
from within the well casing; and 

(b) shall construct the well in such manner as to, 

(i) accommodate and be compatible with an appropri- 
ate device required by clause (a), and 

(ii) prevent any uncontrolled flow at the well site. 

(8) A person constructing a well who is unable to meet the 
requirements of subsection (7) shall abandon the following well in 
accordance with subsection 21 (1). 

(9) Every contract for the construction of a well shall be deemed 
to contain a term placing responsibility for the cost of complying with 
subsection (7) or (8) upon the person undertaking construction of the 
well except in the case of a written contract that expressly releases 
such person from the responsibility in respect of flowing wells. 

(10) Where a well casing extends above the land surface, the per- 
son constructing the well shall ensure that the surface drainage is 
such that water will not collect or pond in the vicinity of the well. 
O. Reg. 612/84, s. 11. 



12.— (1) The site of a new well shall be separated from a source of 
pollution by at least the separation distance required by Regulation 
358 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 between the source of 
pollution and the well of the proposed type. 

(2) The site of a new drilled well shall be at least fifteen metres 
from a source of pollution other than one mentioned in subsection 

(7). 

(3) The site of a new bored or dug well or any other well without 
watertight casing to a depth of six metres below ground level shall be 
at least thirty metres from a source of pollution other than one men- 
tioned in subsection (7). 

(4) The site of a new well shall be chosen so that the well is acces- 
sible for cleaning, treatment, repair, testing and inspection. 

(5) The site of a new bored or dug well shall, where practical, be 
at an elevation higher than the immediate surrounding area. 

(6) No well pit shall be constructed at a location likely to result in 
accumulation of water in the well pit unless the well pit is constructed 
with adequate provision for drainage or automatic pumping of the 
well pit. 

(7) For the purpose of subsection (1), "source of pollution" 
means an existing septic tank system or other sewage system subject 
to Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act and includes a sew- 
age system to be constructed or enlarged under an issued certificate 
of approval under Part VllI of the Environmental Protection Act. 
O. Reg. 612/84, s. 12. 

Casing 

13.— (1) Casing shall be new material and, if cement, the cement 
shall be fully cured prior to installation. 

(2) A well that obtains water from an overburden aquifer shall be 
cased from at least thirty centimetres above the ground surface or 
above the floor of a well pit to the water-producing zone. 

(3) A well that obtains water from a bedrock aquifer shall be 
cased from at least thirty centimetres above the ground surface or 
above the floor of a well pit to the bedrock and the casing shall be 
firmly seated in the bedrock and, if necessary, grouted into the bed- 
rock to prevent impairment of the quality of the water in the well and 
aquifer. 

(4) The length of casing employed in a drilled well to satisfy the 
requirements of subsection (2) or (3) shall not be less than six metres 
unless the only useful aquifer available requires use of less casing. 

(5) The following are the minimum specifications for casing: 

1. Nominal 4.78 millimetres and minimum 4.18 millimetres for 
steel casing with an inside diameter of more than 50.8 milli- 
metres. 

2. Nominal 2.77 millimetres and minimum 2.41 millimetres for 
steel casing with an inside diameter of 50.8 millimetres or 
less. 

3. Nominal 5.08 centimetres for cement-tile casing with an 
inside diameter of 60.96 centimetres or more. 

4. 18 gauge for combined corrugated and galvanized steel cas- 
ing used in bored or dug wells. 

5. 0.635 centimetres for plastic casing with an inside diameter 
of 10.16 centimetres or more and plastic casing shall be 
ABS or PVC pipe manufactured from virgin resin and 
approved for potable water use by the Canadian Standards 
Association. 

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entry into the well of any substance that might impair the quality of 
the water. 

(7) The annular overlap space between casings of different diam- 
eters shall be sealed so as to prevent the entry of overburden materi- 
als into the well. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 13. 

ANNUijiiR Space 

14.— (1) Where a well is drilled by a method other than diamond 
drilling, 

(a) the well shall be at least six metres deep unless the only use- 
ful aquifer available necessitates a shallower well; 

(b) the w.:ll shall be constructed for a minimum depth of three 
metres from the land surface with a diameter at least five 
centimetres greater than the proposed diameter of the fin- 
ished well; 

(c) the annular space from a minimum depth of three metres to 
a depth not less than 2.5 metres from the land surface shall 
be filled with suitable cement grout, concrete, bentonite, or 
equivalent commercial slurry or clay slurry; 

(d) the annular space between the land surface and the material 
required by clause (c) shall be filled with bentonite or 
equivalent commercial slurry, clay slurry, well cuttings or 
overburden materials; and 

(e) where bedrock is three metres or less from the land surface, 
the entire portion of the annular space in bedrock shall be 
filled with suitable cement grout or concrete and the 
remaining annular space to the land surface shall be filled 
with suitable cement grout, concrete, bentonite or equiva- 
lent commercial slurry or clay slurry. 

(2) Where a well is constructed by diamond drilling equipment 
and bedrock is six metres or more below the land surface, clauses 
(l)(a),(b),(c)and(d)apply. 

(3) Where a well is constructed by diamond drilling equipment 
and bedrock is less than six metres below the land surface, 

(a) the well shall be at least six metres deep unless the only use- 
ful aquifer available necessitates a shallower well; 

(b) the portion of the well from the land surface to bedrock 
shall be constructed with a diameter at least five centime- 
tres greater than the proposed diameter of the finished well; 

(c) suitable grout shall be forced through the casing in the por- 
tion of the hole in bedrock so as to seal all openings in the 
bedrock portion of the hole to a depth of at least six metres 
below land surface and the grout shall be allowed to set; 
and 

(d) the remaining annular space to land surface shall be filled 
with suitable cement grout, concrete, bentonite or equiva- 
lent commercial slurry or clay slurry. 

(4) Where a well is constructed by boring or digging equipment 
to a depth of more than 2.5 metres, 

(a) all joints in the casing from land surface to a depth of not 
less than 2.5 metres shall be sealed and made waterproof; 

(b) any annular space from the bottom of the well to a depth 
not closer to land surface than 2.5 metres shall be filled with 
clean, washed gravel or sand; and 

(c) the annular space between the land surface and the material 
required by clause (b) shall be filled with suitable cement 
grout, concrete, bentonite or equivalent commercial slurry 
or clay slurry. 



(5) Where a well is constructed by boring or digging equipment 
to a depth of 2.5 metres or less, 

(a) all joints in the casing from land surface to a depth of not 
less than one metre shall be sealed and made waterproof; 

(b) any annular space from the bottom of the well to a depth 
not closer to land surface than one metre shall be filled with 
clean, washed gravel or sand; and 

(c) the annular space between the land surface and the material 
required by clause (b) shall be filled with suitable cement 
grout, concrete, bentonite or equivalent commercial slurry 
or clay slurry. 

(6) Where a well is drilled through the bottom of a bored or dug 
well and the bored or dug portion is not to be left in service, 

(a) the well shall meet the casing requirements of section 13 
except as they may require casing within the former bored 
or dug well; 

(b) the casing of the drilled well shall extend upwards through 
the former dug or bored well to within 2.5 metres of the 
land surface or closer to land surface, if necessary, to com- 
ply with subsection 12 (6); 

(c) the annular space from the bottom of the dug or bored well 
to a height of at least 0.5 metres shall be filled with suitable 
cement grout or concrete; and 

(d) the annular space between the material required by clause 
(c) and the top of the casing shall be filled with bentonite or 
equivalent commercial slurry, clay slurry, well cuttings or 
overburden materials. 

(7) Where a well is drilled through the bottom of a bored or dug 
well and the bored or dug portion is to be left in service, 

(a) clauses (6) (a) and (c) apply; 

(b) the casing of the drilled well shall extend upwards through 
the dug or bored well to within 2.5 metres of the land sur- 
face or closer to land surface, if necessary, to prevent water 
from the bored or dug portion getting into the casing; and 

(c) the bored or dug well must meet the requirements of sub- 
section (4) or (5), whichever is appropriate, as if it were a 
new well. 

(8) Where a drilled well is deepened, 

(a) the well shall meet the casing requirements of section 13 
except that subsections 13 (1) and (5) do not apply to pre- 
vent continuing utilization of the casing in the existing well 
if it appears sound; and 

(b) the well shall meet the requirements of subsection (1), (2) 
or (3), whichever is applicable. 

(9) Where a bored or dug well is deepened by boring or digging, 

(a) the well shall meet the casing requirements of section 13 
except that subsections 13 (1) and (5) do not apply to pre- 
vent continuing utilization of the casing in the existing well 
if it appears sound; and 

(b) the well shall meet the requirements of subsection (4) or 
(5), whichever is applicable. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 14. 

Chlorination 

15.— (1) When the construction of a well, other than a flowing 
well, is completed, the water in the well shall be chlorinated by the 
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of chlorine per litre of water and the maintenance of the said concen- 
tration for a period of at least twelve hours. 

(2) Where pumping equipment is installed in a well, in addition 
to the requirments of subsection (1), 

(a) the chlorinated water shall be brought into contact and 
maintained in contact with all areas of the pumping equip- 
ment that will come into contact with the water in the well 
when the well is in use; and 

(b) at the end of the required period of chlorination, the chlori- 
nated water shall be pumped from the well until no odour 
of chlorine remains in the well water. O. Reg. 612/84, 
s. 15. 

Application 

16. Sections 12 to 15 apply only to the construction and putting 
into operation of a new well except as otherwise provided therein. 
O. Reg. 612/84, s. 16. 

Pump Installation 

17.— (1) Where a connection to the casing of a drilled well is made 
below the surface of the ground, either a well seal or pitless adapter 
shall be used and the connection shall be made watertight. 

(2) Where a connection to the casing of a bored or dug well is 
made below the surface of the ground, 

(a) the connection shall be made watertight with durable seal- 
ing material; and 

(b) the outside trench excavation shall be filled with suitable 
cement grout, concrete, bentonite or equivalent commer- 
cial slurry or clay slurry extending from the casing a mini- 
mum distance outward of 0.5 metres and extending from 
the bottom of the excavation to within 0.5 metres of the 
land surface. 

(3) Where pumping equipment, other than a vertical-turbine 
pump, is installed in a drilled well, the top of the casing shall be 
sealed with a commercially manufactured well cap. 

(4) Where a vertical-turbine pump is installed in a well, 

(a) the casing shall be extended to at least thirty .entimetres 
above the land surface or, where a floor has been con- 
structed around or adjacent to the casing, at least fifteen 
centimetres above the floor; and 

(b) the top of the casing shall be shielded in a manner sufficient 
to prevent entry of any material that may impair the quality 
of the water in the well. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 17. 

Venting 

18. Where pumping equipment is installed in a drilled well, other 
than a well in which the casing is used to transmit water out of the 
well, 

(a) where the inside diameter of the casing is less than 12.7 cen- 
timetres, an air vent of 0.3 centimetres minimum inside 
diameter shall be installed; 

(b) where the inside diameter of the casing is 12.7 centimetres 
or more, an air vent of 1.2 centimetres minimum inside 
diameter shall be installed; 

(c) where a well pit exists, the air vent shall extend to within fif- 
teen centimetres from the top of the well pit; 

(d) where no well pit exists, the air vent shall extend above the 
land surface a distance sufficient to prevent the entry of 



flood water from any anticipated flooding in the area but 
not less than thirty centimetres; 

(e) the open end of the air vent shall be shielded and screened 
in a manner sufficient to prevent the entry of any materials 
into the well; and 

(f) if natural gas is present, the air vent shall be extended to the 
outside atmosphere in a manner that will safely disperse all 
gases. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 18. 

Testing of Well Yield 

19.— (1) When the yield of water from a well is tested and the 
pumping equipment used will permit the measurement of water lev- 
els in the well, 

(a) the water level in the well shall be measured and recorded 
on the well record in Form 9 immediately before com- 
mencement of pumping and every fifteen minutes there- 
after during pumping; 

(b) the water level in the well shall be measured by means of a 
tape, air line or electrical device; 

(c) water shall be pumped from the well continuously for at 
least one hour; and 

(d) the rate of pumping during the test shall be recorded on the 
well record in Form 9. 

(2) If water cannot be pumped from the well continuously for one 
hour, there shall be recorded on the well record in Form 9, 

(a) the reason pumping was discontinued; 

(b) the rate of pumping and the length of the pumping period; 
and 

(c) the water level measurements made. 

(3) When the yield of water from a well is tested and a bailer or 
other pumping equipment is used that will not permit the accurate 
measurement of water levels in the well, 

(a) the water level in the well shall be measured and recorded 
on the well record in Form 9 immediately before com- 
mencement of bailing or pumping, upon termination of 
bailing or pumping and every fifteen minutes thereafter for 
at least one hour; 

(b) the water level in the well shall be measured by means of a 
tape, air line or electrical device; 

(c) water shall be bailed or pumped from the well continuously 
for at least one hour; and 

(d) the rate of bailing or pumping during the test shall be 
recorded on the well record in Form 9. 

(4) If water cannot be bailed or pumped from the well continu- 
ously for one hour, there shall be recorded on the well record in 
Form 9, 

(a) the reason pumping or bailing was discontinued; and 

(b) the rate of bailing or pumping and the length of the bailing 
or pumping period. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 19. 

(5) Every person testing water yield from a well shall ensure that 
the test is carried out, completed and recorded in accordance with 
this section. O. Reg. 601/88, s. 1. 



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Contamination Control 

20.— (1) Where a well is constructed and mineralized water is 
encountered, the person constructing the well shall immediately 
notify the well owner that the condition exists. 

(2) Where a well is constructed and natural gas is encountered, 
the person constructing the well shall immediately notify the well 
owner and the Director that the condition exists. 

(3) The well owner shall maintain the well at all times after the 
completion date in a manner sufficient to prevent the entry into the 
well of surface water or other foreign materials. O. Reg. 612/84, 
s. 20. 

Abanckdnment 

21.— (1) When a well is to be abandoned, it shall be plugged with 
concrete or other suitable material so as to preclude the vertical 
movement of water or gas in the well between aquifers or between an 
aquifer and the ground surface. 



(2) The well owner of a new well that is dry shall forthwith aban- 
don the well. 



(3) The well owner of a well that is not being used or maintained 
for future use as a well shall forthwith abandon the well. 



(4) The well owner of a well that is producing salfy, sulphurous or 
mineralized water or water that is otherwise not potable shall forth- 
with abandon the well. 

(5) The well owner of a well in which natural gas is encountered 
or a well that is constructed in contravention of any provision of this 
Regulation dealing with the location or spacing of wells, the methods 
and materials used in the construction of wells or the standards of 
well construction shall forthwith abandon the well if directed to do so 
by the Director. O. Reg. 612/84, s. 21. 

(6) Every owner of an abandoned well shall ensure that the well 
is plugged in accordance with subsection (1). O. Reg. 601/88, s. 2. 



Form 1 

Ontario Water Resources Act 
APPLICATION FOR A WELL CONTRACTOR LICENCE 

1. Applicant: Any individual or corporation may apply alone or together with others for a well contractor licence. 

Name Telephone 

Address Postal Code 

Lot Concession Township 

2. For each applicant which is a corporation, complete the following: 

Corporation Name Telephone 

Address Postal Code 

Please attach a list of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all directors and officers of each corporation. 

3. The following are all the business names under which the applicant(s) intend to carry on business under the authority of the licence 
applied for: 



1. Name 



2. Name 



3. Name 



4. The following are the names of all the official representatives of the well contractor. (Note: Where the applicant is a corporation or part- 
nership, one or more directors, officers or partners shall be designated as the official representatives of the applicant and shall have the 
duty of ensuring that the Act and this Regulation are complied with.): 



1. Name 



2. Name 

3. Name 

5. The following are the names of full-time employees holding a valid Well Technician Licence: 

1. Name Lie. No. . 

2. Name Lie. No. . 

3. Name Lie. No. . 

6. My registration number as an itinerant seller under the Consumer Protection Act is: 



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7. The well construction business to be carried on under the authority of the licence applied for is covered by liability insurance under policy 

No expiring the day of 19 of issued 

(name insurance Co.) 



through 

(name insurance agent) 

8. The following are the names of the applicant(s) or official representative(s) who have passed the Ministry of the Environment Well Con- 
tractor Licence Examination: 

1. Name Exam Certificate No 

2. Name Exam Certificate No 

3. Name Exam Certificate No 

9. I enclose the fee for a Well Contractor Licence of $10 in cheque or money order payable to the Treasurer of Ontario. 

Application is hereby made for a Well Contractor Licence and the above information is provided for the purpose of this application. 

If there is more than ONE applicant, the applicants carry on or intend to carry on a well construction business in partnership or in associa- 
tion, and are all the partners or associates carrying on the well construction business together. 

Note: This application must be signed, 

(a) by the applicant personally if he or she is carrying on business as a sole proprietor; 

(b) by all of the partners who intend to carry on business under the authority of the licence applied for; or 

(c) by a director or officer of a corporation which is the applicant. 



Date Signature of Applicant(s) 

O. Reg. 612/84, Form 1. 



Form 2 



Licence No. . 



Ontario Water Resources Act 
WELL CONTRACTOR LICENCE 

Name: 

Address: 

This authority under section 40 of the Ontario Water Resources Act to carry on the business of constructing wells. 



Expiry Date Director 

O. Reg. 612/84, Form 2. 

Form 3 

Ontario Water Resources Act 

RENEWAL APPLICATION- WELL CONTRACTOR LICENCE 

I hereby apply for renewal of Well Contractor Licence No issued to 

The total number of wells (including test holes) constructed in Ontario during the last year the above licence was held is 

I enclose/do not enclose a Notice of Change of Information reporting changes In the information submitted with the original application for the 
Well Contractor Licence. All previous changes have been reported in writing. 

I enclose the fee for renewal of a Well Contractor Licence of $10 in cheque or money order payable to the Treasurer of Ontario. 



Date Signature of Licensee or 

Official Representative 

O. Reg. 612/84, Form 3. 
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Form 4 

Ontario Water Resources Act 

APPLICATION FOR A WELL TECHNICIAN LICENCE 

Name: Telephone No 

Home Address: Postal Code: 

Date of Birth: 

Well Technician Examination Certificate No 

Employer Name: Telephone No.: 

Business Address: 

Well Contractor Licence No.: 

Summary of Work Experience and Education. (Please give approximate dates and specific nature of work or education to show how it qualifies 
you for the licence applied for. Attach separate sheet if necessary.) 



I DO/DO NOT hold a current Well Technician Licence (specify licence number ) 

I hereby apply for a Well Technician Licence: (Check one or more). (Be sure to check all classes under your current licence, if any, as well as new 
class(es) applied for.) 

( ) 1- Well Drilling 

( ) 2— Well Digging and Boring 

( ) 3— Other Well Construction 

(specify methods or equipment to be used) 



( ) 4— Pump Installation 

Notes: The fee payable is $10 for a licence of one Class plus an additional $5 for each additional Class of licence applied for. 

If you hold a current Well Technician Licence and this application serves to add additional Classes to your licence, the fee payable is $5 
for each new licence Class applied for. 

I enclose the fee for a Well Technician Licence in the amount of $ in cheque or money order payable to the Treasurer 

of Ontario. 

Note: This application must be signed by the applicant personally. 



Date 



Form 5 

Ontario Water Resources Act 
WELL TECHNICIAN LICENCE 



Signature 



Licence No. . 



O. Reg. 612/84, Form 4. 



Name: 



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Address: . 
Class(es): 



This is authority under section 44 of the Ontario Water Resources Act to work at the construction of wells only as stated in the Regulations for a 
licence of the class(es) specified. 



Expiry Date Director 

O. Reg. 612/84, Form 5. 

Formé 

Ontario Water Resources Act 

APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL- WELL TECHNICIAN LICENCE 

Name: Telephone: 

Home Address: Postal Code: 

Employer Name: Telephone: 

Business Address: 

Well Contractor Licence No.: 

I hereby apply for renewal of my current Well Technician Licence No and I enclose the fee of $10 in cheque or money order pay- 
able to the Treasurer of Ontario. 



Date Signature 

O. Reg. 612/84, Form 6. 
Form? 
Ontario Water Resources Act 
APPLICATION FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO TAKE AN EXAMINATION 

Name: 

Home Address: Postal Code: 

Business Address: Postal Code: 

Telephone: Home Business 

I hereby apply for an appointment to take an examination for a: 
( ) Well Contractor Licence 
( ) Well Technician Licence Class 1. Well Drilhng 
( ) Well Technician Licence Class 2. Well Digging and Boring 
( ) Well Technician Licence Class 3. Other Well Construction Specify 

( ) Well Technician Licence Class 4. Pump Installation 
I enclose the fee of $10 in cheque or money order payable to the Treasurer of Ontario. 



Date Signature 

O. Reg. 612/84, Form 7. 

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Form 8 

Ontario Water Resources AcI 

ASSISTANT WELL TECHNICIAN APPLICATION FOR IDENTIFICATION CARD 
OR ANNUAL SUBMISSION 

Name of Well Contractor: 

Address: Telephone: 

Well Contractor Licence No 

Name of Assistant Well Technician: 

Address: Telephone: 

The Assistant Well Technician named above has worked for the Well Contractor named above, assisting at the construction of wells, since 



Date 



(Cross out the following paragraph if not applicable). 



I have previously submitted a copy of Form 8 on behalf of the Assistant Well Technician named above and identification card No. 
was issued to him by the Director, Ministry of the Environment. 



Date 



Signature of Licensee or 
Official Representative 



O. Reg. 612/84, Form 8. 



Form 9 

Ontario Water Resources Act 
WATER WELL RECORD 



(County, District or Region) 



(Township, Borough, City, Town, Village) 



(Con., Block, Tract, Survey, etc.) 



(Lot) 



(Owner) 



(Telephone) 



Date well construction equipment removed from site 



(Address) 



Day 



Month 



Year 



LOG OF OVERBURDEN AND BEDROCK MATERIALS 


General Colour 


Most 
Common Material 


Other Materials 


General Description 


Depth Metres 


From 


To 























































































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WATER RECORD 


Water Found at— Metres 


Kind of Water 




n Fresh n Sulphur 
n Salty n Mineral 
n Gas 




n Fresh n Sulphur 
n Salty n Mineral 
n Gas 




n Fresh n Sulphur 
n Salty n Mineral 
n Gas 




n Fresh n Sulphur 
n Salty n Mineral 
n Gas 




n Fresh n Sulphur 
n Salty n Mineral 
n Gas 



CASING AND OPEN HOLE RECORD 


Inside Diameter 
Millimetres 


Material 


Wall Thickness 
Millimetres 


Depth Metres 


From 


To 




n Steel 
n Galvanized 
n Plastic 
n Concrete 
n Open Hole 










n Steel 
n Galvanized 
n Plastic 
n Concrete 
n Open Hole 










n Steel 
n Galvanized 
n Plastic 
n Concrete 
n Open Hole 









SCREEN 


Size(s) of Opening (Slot No.) 


Diameter 
Millimetres 


Length 
Centimetres 


Material and Type 


Depth to Top of Screened 
Area 

Metres 


n 


K PACKER 


n 


LEAD PACKER n OTHER 



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PLUGGING AND SEALING RECORD 
(complete only if abandoned or portion plugged) 


Depth Set at Metres 


Material and Type (Cement Grout, Lead Packer, etc.) 


From 


To 



























i 



PUMPING TEST 


Pumping Test Method 
n Pump n Bailer D Air 


Pumping Rate 
usee 


Duration of Pumping 
Hours Mins. 


Static 
Level 


Water Level 
End of Pumping 


n Pumping 
Water Level During 

n Recovery 


Metres 


Metres 


15 minutes 
metres 


30 minutes 
metres 


45 minutes 
metres 


60 minutes 
metres 


If Flowing, Give Rate 
L/Sec 


Pump Intake Set At 
Metres 


Water at End of Test 
n Clear D Cloudy 


Recommended Pump Type 
n Shallow D Deep 


Recommended Depth for Pump Intake 
Metres 


Recommended Pumping Rate 
L/Sec 


Pump Installer (if known): 





D 


Water Supply 


D 


Abandoned, Insufficient Supply 


Final Status of Well 


D 
D 


Observation Well 
Test Hole 


n 


Abandoned, Poor Quality 
Unfinished 




D 


Recharge Well 


n 


Casing Removed 




D 


Domestic 


n 


Commercial 


Water Use 


n 


Stock 
Irrigation 


D 
D 


Municipal 
Public Supply 




D 


Industrial 


D 


Cooling or Air Conditioning 




n 


Other 


D 


Not Used 




n 


Cable Tool 


D 


Boring 


Method of Construction 


n 

D 


Rotary (Conventional) 
Rotary (Reverse) 


n 


Diamond 
Jetting 




n 


Rotary (Air) 


n 


Driving 




n 


Air Percussion 


n 


Digging 



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LOCATION OF WELL 
(owner should complete this portion during well construction) 



In Diagram Below Show Distances of Well From Road and Lot Line. Indicate North By Arrow. 

Con. or survey D # 

Plan D # 

Lot D # 



CONTRACTOR 






(name of well contractor) 




(licence number) 


(address) 




(name of well technician) 




(licence number) 


Submission Date . 


(signature of well technician) 




(day month year) 





OFFICE USE ONLY 















O. Reg. 612/84, Form 9. 



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Operating Engineers Act 
Loi sur les mécaniciens d 'exploitation 



REGULATION 904 
GENERAL 

Definitions 
1. In this Regulation, 

"coiled tube boiler" means a boiler that has one or more tubes that 
may or may not be in the form of a coil where the circulation 
within the boiler is forced by means of a water pump, the water 
flow is of a once-through pattern or a modified once-through pat- 
tern and a small amount of water is returned to the water pump; 

"commercial water tube boiler" means a boiler that is comprised of a 
top and bottom drum that are connected by tubes and that has the 
protective devices specified in subsections 22 (1), (5) and (6); 

"dual control boiler" means a boiler or boilers having attached 
thereto a low-pressure control device and a pressure-recording 
device; 

"engine" includes a turbine; 

"examination" means an examination under clause 21 (1) (b) of the 
Act; 

"guarded" means, 

(a) in relation to a plant that every boiler, compressor or 
engine in the plant is guarded, and 

(b) in relation to a boiler, compressor or engine, as the case 
may be, that the boiler, compressor or engine is provided 
with such devices in good operating condition as will ensure 
that the boiler, compressor or engine may be operated 
safely, 

although the operating engineer or operator in charge of the plant 
may be absent from the boiler room, compressor room or engine 
room, as the case may be or, where the boiler, compressor or 
engine Is not enclosed in a room, from the immediate vicinity; 

"maintenance work" includes work performed on a boiler, compres- 
sor, pump, engine, valve, radiator, heating or cooling coil, steam 
trap, air filter or other plant component to ensure its continued 
safe and efficient operation; 

"qualifying experience" means practical operating experience 
obtained during regular work periods, 

(a) in any boiler or compressor installation that is defined as a 
plant in section 1 of the Act, 

(b) in the boiler room and engine room of a steam-driven ship, 

(c) under the supervision of the chief operating engineer or 
chief operator in a guarded plant as defined in this Regula- 
tion, or 

(d) in a boiler or compressor Installation that is defined as a 
plant In section 1 of the Act and Is not situated in Ontario, 

and may Include the time spent in performing mechanical mainte- 
nance work on the premises on which the plant is situated; 



"thermal liquid boiler" means a pressure vessel the contents of which 
are heated by a liquid circulated through a tube or tubes that are 
submerged In water, where the Therm-hour rating of the boiler is 
more than seventeen. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 1; O. Reg. 
180/82, s. 1; O. Reg. 85/88, s. 1. 

Qualifications of Members of the Board and of Inspectors 

2. A person is qualified to be appointed chief officer or an exam- 
iner if the person, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer 
(first class); and 

(b) holds as evidence of general education an Ontario Second- 
ary School Graduation Diploma or possesses such other 
evidence that satisfies the Minister that the person has edu- 
cational qualifications equivalent to an Ontario Secondary 
School Graduation Diploma; or 

(c) is registered as a member of The Association of Profes- 
sional Engineers of the Province of Ontario. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 740, s. 2. 

3. A person is qualified to be appointed an inspector If the 
person, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer 
(first class or second class); or 

(b) holds a certificate of competency under the Boilers and 
Pressure Vessels Act, and holds as evidence of general edu- 
cation an Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma, 
or possesses such other evidence that satisfies the Minister 
that the person has educational qualifications equivalent to 
an Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma. 
O. Reg. 639/83, s. 1. 

Qualifications of Applicants for Certificates 

4.— (1) An applicant for a certificate of qualification as a station- 
ary engineer (fourth class) shall, 

(a) furnish evidence that he or she has operated a plant in 
Ontario for one year under a provisional certificate of quali- 
fication as a stationary engineer (fourth class); or 

(b) furnish evidence of, 

(1) accreditation In the subjects that comprise the train- 
ing profile for this class of certificate, and 

(ii) previous training and experience as prescribed by 
subsection (2). 

(2) For the purposes of subclause (I) (b) (ii), an applicant shall, 

(a) furnish evidence from his or her employer stating that he or 
she has had three months qualifying experience in a station- 
ary power plant or a low pressure stationary plant; 

(b) furnish evidence that he or she holds a certificate of compe- 
tency as a third class engineer (steam or with steam 
endorsement) issued under the authority of the Canada 
Shipping Act, as amended or re-enacted from time to time; 
or 



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(c) furnish evidence that he or she has at least twelve months 
operating experience on boilers, engines and auxiliaries of 
naval or merchant ships equipped with boilers. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 740, s. 4. 

5.— (1) An applicant for a certificate of qualification as a station- 
ary engineer (third class) shall, 

(a) furnish evidence that he or she has operated a plant in 
Ontario for one year under a provisional certificate of quali- 
fication as a stationary engineer (third class); or 

(b) furnish evidence of, 

(i) accreditation in the subjects that comprise the train- 
ing profile for this class of certificate, and 

(ii) previous training and experience as prescribed by 
subsection (2). R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 5 (1). 

(2) For the purposes of subclause (1) (b) (ii), an applicant shall, 

(a) hold a certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer 
(fourth class) and shall furnish evidence from his or her 
employer stating that he or she has had, in addition to the 
qualifying experience prescribed by the regulations for a 
certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer (fourth 
class), a further twelve months qualifying experience in a 
stationary power plant or a low pressure stationary plant; 

(b) hold a certificate of competency as a second class engineer 
(steam or steam endorsement), 

(i) issued under the Merchant Shipping Act (Imperial), 
as amended or re-enacted from time to time, or 

(ii) issued under the Canada Shipping Act, as amended 
or re-enacted from time to time; 

(c) furnish evidence that he or she has had two years experi- 
ence on boilers, engines and auxiliaries of naval or mer- 
chant ships equipped with boilers; or 

(d) furnish evidence of, 

(i) a minimum of nine months practical experience and 
nine months academic experience in a course of 
training that has been approved by the Minister 
under clause 21 (1) (b) of the Act and at a commu- 
nity college that is equipped with a registered plant 
used for teaching purposes and that requires the ser- 
vices of a stationary engineer holding a third class or 
higher certificate of qualification, and 

(ii) six months practical operating experience in a regis- 
tered industrial plant that requires the services of a 
stationary engineer holding a second class or higher 
certificate of qualification. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, 
s. 5 (2); O. Reg. 180/82, s. 2. 

6.— (1) An applicant for a certificate of qualification as a station- 
ary engineer (second class) shall, 

(a) furnish evidence that he or she has operated a plant in 
Ontario for one year under a provisional certificate of quali- 
fication as a stationary engineer (second class); or 

(b) furnish evidence of, 

(i) accreditation in the subjects that comprise the train- 
ing profile for this class of certificate, and 

(ii) previous training and expérience as prescribed by 
subsection (2). 



(2) For the purpose of subclause (1) (b) (ii), an applicant shall, 

(a) hold a certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer 
(third class) and shall furnish evidence from his or her 
employer stating that he or she has had, in addition to the 
qualifying experience prescribed by the regulations for a 
certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer (third 
class), a further eighteen months qualifying experience in a 
stationary power plant having a Therm-hour rating exceed- 
ing 134; 

(b) hold a certificate of competency as a first class engineer 
(steam or with steam endorsement), 

(i) issued under the authority of the Merchant Shipping 
Act (Imperial), as amended or re-enacted from time 
to time, or 

(ii) issued under the authority of the Canada Shipping 
Act, as amended or re-enacted from time to time; 

(c) hold a certificate of competency as a second class engineer 
(steam or with steam endorsement), 

(i) issued under the authority of the Merchant Shipping 
Act (Imperial), as amended or re-enacted from time 
to time, or 

(ii) issued under the authority of the Canada Shipping 
Act, as amended or re-enacted from time to time, 

and has at least one year of qualifying experience in a sta- 
tionary power plant having a Therm-hour rating exceeding 
134; or 

(d) furnish evidence that he or she, 

(i) holds an engineering degree conferred by a univer- 
sity in Canada or by a university outside Canada, 
where the course of study leading to the degree is, in 
the opinion of the Board, equivalent to that leading 
to an engineering degree in a university in Canada, 
and 

(ii) has had at least twenty-four months of qualifying 
experience that is approved by the Board for the 
purpose of this section in a stationary power plant 
having a Therm-hour rating exceeding 12,000 that is 
generating electricity for Ontario Hydro. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 740, s. 6. 

7.— (1) An applicant for a certificate of qualification as a station- 
ary engineer (first class) shall, 

(a) furnish evidence of accreditation in the subjects which com- 
prise the training profile for this class of certificate; and 

(b) furnish evidence of previous training and experience as pre- 
scribed by subsection (2). 

(2) An applicant shall, 

(a) hold a certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer 
(second class) and shall furnish evidence from his or her 
employer stating that he or she has had, in addition to the 
qualifying experience prescribed by the regulations for a 
certificate of qualification as a stationary engineer (second 
class), a further thirty months qualifying experience in a sta- 
tionary power plant and shall have spent not less than, 

(i) six months of the thirty months in a stationary power 
plant having a Therm-hour rating in excess of 134, 
and 

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ary power plant having a Therm-hour rating in 
excess of 300; 

(b) have the qualifications and experience prescribed in clauses 
6 (2) (b) and (c), and not less than twelve months of quali- 
fying experience in a stationary power plant with a Therm- 
hour rating exceeding 300; or 

(c) furnish evidence that he or she, 

(i) holds an engineering degree conferred by a univer- 
sity in Canada or by a university outside Canada 
where the course of study leading to the degree is, in 
the opinion of the Board, equivalent to that leading 
to an engineering degree in a university in Canada, 
and 

(ii) has had at least thirty-six months of qualifying expe- 
rience that is approved by the Board for the purpose 
of this section in a stationary power plant with a 
Therm-hour rating exceeding 12,000 that is generat- 
ing electricity for Ontario Hydro. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 740, s. 7. 

8. An applicant for a certificate of qualification as a compressor 
operator shall, 

(a) be at least eighteen years of age; 



cation, such portion of the time spent by the applicant in completing 
the course of training as is approved by the Board may be included in 
the calculation of qualifying experience for the purposes of sections 4 
to 10. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 13. 

Re-examinations 

12.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), an applicant for a certificate of 
qualification who has failed to pass the examination required by the 
Board may, on payment of the fee prescribed in the Schedule, be re- 
examined upon presenting himself or herself for re-examination at a 
place, date and time appointed by the Board. 

(2) A re-examination under subsection (1) shall not be held 
within sixty days following the previous examination. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 740, s. 14. 

Issue of Certificates 

13.— (1) No certificate of qualification or provisional certificate of 
qualification shall be issued until the applicant has, 

(a) delivered to the Board his or her application in the pre- 
scribed form; and 

(b) fulfilled the requirements referred to in section 21 or 22 of 
the Act, as the case may be. 



(b) obtain a mark of not less than 50 per cent on each examina- 
tion subject and an overall examination average mark of 
not less than 60 per cent; and 

(c) furnish evidence from his or her employer stating that he or 
she has had at least six months of qualifying experience in a 
compressor plant. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 10. 

9. An applicant for a certificate of qualification as a refrigeration 
operator (B class) shall, 

(a) be at least eighteen years of age; 

(b) obtain a mark of not less than 50 per cent on each examina- 
tion subject and an overall examination average mark of 
not less than 60 per cent; and 

(c) furnish evidence from his or her employer stating that he or 
she, 

(i) has had at least one year of qualifying experience in 
a refrigeration plant, or 

(ii) has had six months of experience in installing and 
servicing refrigeration equipment and six months of 
qualifying experience in a refrigeration plant. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 11. 

10. An applicant for a certificate of qualification as a refrigeration 
operator (A class) shall, 

(a) obtain a mark of not less than 50 per cent on each examina- 
tion subject and an overall examination mark of not less 
than 60 per cent; 

(b) be the holder of a certificate of qualification as a refrigera- 
tion operator (B class); and 

(c) furnish evidence from his or her employer stating that he or 
she has had at least four years of qualifying experience in a 
refrigeration plant of which not less than one year has been 
in a plant having a Therm-hour rating exceeding 10.176. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 12. 

U. Where an applicant for a certificate of qualification has suc- 
cessfully completed a course of training for the certificate of qualifi- 



(2) A certificate of qualification issued for the first time expires 
on the second birthday next following of the holder of the certificate. 

(3) A renewal of a certificate of qualification, upon payment of 
the prescribed fee, shall be valid for a period of two years. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 740, s. 15 (1-3). 

(4) Where a certificate of qualification has not been renewed 
within one year of the date of its expiry the certificate shall not be 
reinstated until the fee prescribed in the Schedule is paid, and the 
Board is satisfied that the applicant is capable of performing the 
duties of an operating engineer or operator. 

(5) A person holding a subsisting certificate of qualification shall 
notify the Board in writing within fifteen days of a change of address. 

(6) Where a person proves to the satisfaction of the Board that, 

(a) his or her certificate of qualification has been lost or 
destroyed; or 

(b) his or her name has been changed, 

the Board shall, on payment of the fee prescribed in the Schedule, 
issue to the person a duplicate certificate of qualification, or in the 
case of a change in name, reissue the certificate of qualification. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 15 (5-7). 

Evidence of Age 

14.— (1) Where evidence of age is required under this Regulation, 
an applicant for a certificate of qualification or a provisional certifi- 
cate of qualification shall furnish his or her birth certificate. 

(2) Where the Board is satisfied that it is not practicable for the 
applicant to furnish his or her birth certificate, the Board may 
accept, 

(a) one item of Class A evidence of birth; or 

(b) two items of Class B evidence of birth, 

as prescribed in section 8 or 10 of Regulation 1094 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 16. 



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Operation by Authorized Persons 

15. A user shall ensure that the user's plant is operated by a per- 
son who holds a certificate of qualification that authorizes the person 
to operate that plant. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 17. 

Chief Operating Engineers and Chief Operators 

16. In addition to any powers and duties prescribed by the Act, a 
chief operating engineer or a chief operator, as the case may be, 

(a) shall take all measures necessary to maintain the plant in a 
safe operating condition and shall notify the user of the 
measures taken; 

(b) shall maintain discipline among the persons employed in 
the plant who are under his or her control or supervision; 

(c) shall direct and supervise shift engineers or shift operators, 
as the case may be, in their work and duties for the safe 
operation of the plant; 

(d) shall ensure that an accurate record of matters that may 
affect the safety of the plant is made and maintained at all 
times as required by section 18; 

(e) shall supervise and be responsible for the repair and main- 
tenance of the plant where the plant is a boiler or compres- 
sor plant; and 

(f) shall, subject to section 21, supervise or perform opera- 
tional and maintenance work on the premises on which the 
plant is situated. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 18. 

Shift Engineers and Shift Operators 

17. In addition to the powers and duties prescribed by the Act, a 
shift engineer or shift operator, as the case may be, shall, 

(a) under the direction and supervision of the chief operating 
engineer or chief operator, as the case may be, 

(i) be responsible for the safe operation of the plant, 

(ii) supervise other employees on his or her shift who are 
under his or her control, 

(iii) subject to section 21, perform maintenance and 
operational work on the premises on which the plant 
is situated; 



(b) any change from normal operating procedure, and the time 
of such change; 

(c) any special instructions that may have been given to achieve 
the change referred to in clause (b) and the name of the 
person who gave the instructions; 

(d) any unusual or abnormal condition observed in the plant, 
and the time thereof; 

(e) repairs to any part of the plant and the time such repairs 
were commenced and, if completed on the shift, the time 
thereof; 

(f) the time of commencing and terminating his or her shift; 
and 

(g) the date and time of any test of a safety device carried out 
during his or her shift. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 21 (2); 
O. Reg. 180/82, s. 4. 

(3) No person shall deface, damage, destroy or, without permis- 
sion of the user, remove the log book from the plant. 

(4) The user shall ensure that the log book is kept accessible in 
the plant for at least one year after the last entry therein and shall 
produce the log book for examination upon the request of an 
inspector. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 21 (3, 4). 

Reduction of Therm-Hour Rating of Plant 

19.— (1) Where a user intends to reduce the Therm-hour rating of 
a plant the user shall notify the chief officer of the intention to have 
the Therm-hour rating reduced. 

(2) The Therm-hour rating of a plant may be reduced by the iso- 
lation of a boiler or prime mover of a compressor or by any other 
means acceptable to an inspector and the inspector shall affix a seal 
or seals to the boiler, compressor or any part of the plant in such a 
manner that no increase to the new Therm-hour rating of the plant 
may be made without removal of the seal. 

(3) Where the output of a boiler is permanently reduced by the 
welding of blanking plates to the tubes an inspector is not required to 
affix a seal to the boiler. 

(4) No person shall remove a seal that has been affixed to a boiler 
or compressor or plant by an inspector unless the removal is autho- 
rized by the chief officer. 



(b) maintain a close watch on the condition and repair of all 
equipment in the plant and report to the chief operating 
engineer or chief operator, as the case may be, any condi- 
tion that may impair the safefy of the plant; 

(c) take such measures as are necessary to prevent any immedi- 
ate danger; and 

(d) ensure that an accurate record of matters that may affect 
the safefy of the plant is made and maintained at all times 
during the shift period as required by section 18. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 740, s. 19. 

Log Books 

18.— (I) The user shall provide for use in the user's plant a log 
book in a form approved by the chief officer. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
740, s. 21 (1). 

(2) The person in charge of a shift in a plant shall record in the 
log book in respect of the shift, 

(a) the date, the number or designation of the shift and his or 
her name; 



(5) The user shall pay the fees prescribed in the Schedule for 
affixing a seal to a boiler or compressor in the user's plant. 

(6) No person shall operate a boiler or prime mover of a com- 
pressor unless the Therm-hour rating of the boiler or prime mover is 
included in the total Therm-hour rating of the plant. O. Reg. 

283/84, s. 1. 

20. Where the chief officer is satisfied that the plant user has 
made every effort to acquire the services of a chief operating engi- 
neer or a shift engineer and is unsuccessful, the chief officer may 
authorize the user in writing to operate the plant for a specified time 
with a temporary chief operating engineer or shift engineer, as the 
case may be, who holds a certificate of qualification one class lower 
than that stated on the plant registration certificate or who is an 
operating engineer in training and who is competent to operate the 
plant. O. Reg. 180/82, s. 5. 

Absences from Pijvnts 

21.— (1) Where a guarded plant complies with the requirements of 
section 22 and the protective devices are functioning properly, the 
operating engineer or operator in charge of a guarded plant men- 
tioned in subsection (2) may be absent from the plant to perform 



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maintenance work and work related to the user's utility systems on 
the premises in which the plant is located with the permission of, 

(a) the chief operating engineer or chief operator, as the case 
may be; or 

(b) the plant user, where the guarded plant has one operating 
engineer or operator in charge. O. Reg. 180/82, s . 6(1). 

(2) Where the user of a guarded plant complies with require- 
ments of section 22 and the protective devices are functioning prop- 
erly, whether the plant operates twenty-four hours a day or less, the 
user shall, 

(a) have one stationary engineer, compressor operator or 
refrigeration operator, as the case may be, in charge of, 

(i) a guarded low-pressure stationary plant having a 
Therm-hour rating of 100 or less, 

(ii) a guarded stationary power plant having a Therm- 
hour rating of 34 or less, 

(iii) a guarded steam-powered plant having a Therm- 
hour rating of 10. 1 76 or less, 

(iv) a guarded plant comprised of one or more commer- 
cial water tube boilers, where each boiler contains 
steam at a pressure of fifteen pounds per square inch 
or less or water at a temperature of 250 degrees F. or 
less, and the total Therm-hour rating of the boilers is 
400 or less, 

(v) a guarded plant comprised of one or more commer- 
cial water tube boilers, where each boiler contains 
steam at a pressure of more than fifteen pounds per 
square inch of water at a temperature of more than 
250 degrees F. and the total Therm-hour rating of 
the boilers is 134 or less, 

(vi) a guarded compressor plant having a Therm-hour 
rating of 10.176or less, or 

(vii) a guarded refrigeration plant having a Therm-hour 
rating of 5.088; 

(b) have one stationary engineer (fourth class) in charge, and a 
stationary engineer on each succeeding shift of, 

(i) a guarded low pressure stationary plant having a 
Therm-hour rating of more than 100 and up to and 
including 134, or 

(ii) a guarded stationary power plant having a Therm- 
hour rating of more than 34 and up to and including 
50; 

(c) have a stationary engineer (third class), compressor opera- 
tor or refrigeration operator in charge and a stationary engi- 
neer, compressor operator or refrigeration operator, as the 
case may be, on each succeeding shift of, 

(i) a guarded low-pressure stationary plant having a 
Therm-hour rating of more than 134 and up to and 
including 400, 

(ii) a guarded stationary power plant having a Therm- 
hour rating of more than 50 and up to and including 
134, 

(iii) a guarded compressor plant having a Therm-hour 
rating of more than 10.176 and up to and including 
20.352, 

(iv) a guarded refrigeration plant having a Therm-hour 



rating of more than 5.088 and up to and including 
20.352, or 

(v) a guarded steam powered plant having a Therm- 
hour rating of more than 10.176 up to and including 

20.352; 

(d) have one stationary engineer (second class), compressor 
operator or refrigeration operator (Class A) in charge and a 
stationary engineer (third class), compressor operator or 
refrigeration operator, as the case may be, on each succeed- 
ing shift of, 

(i) a guarded low pressure stationary plant having a 
Therm-hour rating of more than 400, 

(ii) a guarded stationary power plant having a Therm- 
hour rating of more than 134 and up to and including 
400, 

(iii) a guarded compressor plant having a Therm-hour 
rating of more than 20.352, or 

(iv) a guarded refrigeration plant having a Therm-hour 
rating of more than 20.352; and 

(e) unless otherwise authorized by the chief officer, have one 
stationary engineer (third class) in charge of a thermal 
liquid boiler during such times as the boiler is in operation, 
whether the boiler operates twenty-four hours a day or less. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 24 (2); O. Reg. 180/82, s. 6 (2); 
O. Reg. 406/82, s. 1, revised. 

(3) In a plant that is not guarded, the opwrating engineer or oper- 
ator in charge of, 

(a) a stationary power plant with a Therm-hour rating not 
exceeding fifty; 

(b) a low-pressure stationary plant with a Therm-hour rating 
not exceeding 134; or 

(c) a steam-powered plant, a refrigeration plant or a compres- 
sor plant with a Therm-hour rating not exceeding 5.088, 

may be absent as provided for in section 19 of the Act from the plant 
for not more than fifteen minutes in any one hour. 

(4) The user of a plant in which there is installed as part of the 
plant, 

(a) a guarded compressor with a Therm-hour rating exceeding 
1.145 and not exceeding 3.816; 

(b) a guarded refrigeration compressor with a Therm-hour rat- 
ing exceeding 0.7632 and not exceeding 2.544; 

(c) a guarded boiler for steam at a pressure of fifteen pounds 
per square inch or less and for water at a temperature of 
more than 212°F. and not more than 250°F. and having a 
Therm-hour rating exceeding ten and not exceeding fifty; or 

(d) a guarded boiler for steam at a pressure of more than fif- 
teen pounds per square inch or for water at a temperature 
of more than 250°F. and with a Therm-hour rating exceed- 
ing five and not exceeding seventeen, 

shall ensure that when any one such guarded compressor or guarded 
boiler is operated no other part of the plant is operated unless a per- 
son who is qualified under section 15 of the Act is present in the 
plant as provided for in section 19 of the Act. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
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Fail-Safe Devices 

22.— (1) The user of a boiler in a guarded stationary power plant 
or a guarded low-pressure stationary plant shall provide the boiler 
with protective devices including, 

(a) a high-pressure limiting device on the steam boiler or a 
high-temperature limiting device on the hot-water boiler, as 
the case may be; 

(b) a low-water level limiting device separate from any other 
device that controls the feed-water supply to the steam 
boiler; 

(c) a high-water level limiting device separate from any other 
device that controls the feed-water supply to the steam 
boiler; and 

(d) a pre-purge and flame failure device that will automatically 
prevent the supply of fuel to the boiler when an abnormal 
condition occurs during the operation of the boiler. 

(2) The user of a compressor in a guarded refrigeration plant 
shall provide the compressor with protective devices including, 

(a) a high-liquid level limiting device on the evaporator or the 
suction drum of the compressor; 

(b) a high-temperature limiting device in the cooling-water dis- 
charge line; and 

(c) a low-pressure limiting device in the lubricating oil system, 

which device will automatically prevent the supply of energy to the 
prime mover of the compressor when an abnormal condition occurs 
during the operation of the compressor. 

(3) The user of a compressor in a guarded compressor plant shall 
provide the compressor with protective devices including, 

(a) a high-temperature limiting device in the compressor dis- 
charge line; 

(b) a high-temperature limiting device in the cooling-water dis- 
charge line; and 

(c) a low-pressure limiting device in the lubricating oil system, 

which device will automatically prevent the supply of energy to the 
prime mover of the compressor when an abnormal condition occurs 
during the operation of the compressor. 

(4) The user of an engine in a guarded steam-powered plant shall 
provide the engine with a device to automatically cut off the supply 
of steam when the engine exceeds its maximum safe speed. 

(5) The user of a guarded plant referred to in subsections 21 (1) 
and (2) shall provide the plant with an audible and visual alarm sys- 
tem that will, 

(a) ensure that the operating engineer or operator is warned 
when any abnormal or unsafe condition for which a protec- 
tive device is prescribed in subsections (1) to (4) occurs; and 

(b) extend to any part of the premises on which the plant is situ- 
ated and in which the operating engineer or operator may 
be present while in charge of the plant. 

(6) Each protective device prescribed in subsections (1) to (5) 
shall, 

(a) not be capable of automatically restarting the plant; and 

(b) maintain the visual warning until the abnormal or unsafe 
condition is rectified. 



(7) The operating engineer or operator in charge of a guarded 
boiler or guarded compressor, as the case may be, shall ensure that 
the safety valve and other fittings, prescribed in the Boilers and Pres- 
sure Vessels Act and the regulations thereunder, are in safe working 
condition. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 25. 

(8) The user of a guarded plant shall ensure that all protective 
devices are regularly tested under operating conditions. O. Reg. 

180/82, s. 7. 

23. Where any protective device in a guarded plant ceases to 
function properly, the user shall ensure that the plant is not operated 
unless, 

(a) an operating engineer or operator as required by section 15 
of the Act is in constant attendance in the plant; or 

(b) the protective device has been repaired or replaced, and 
tested and found to function properly by a person compe- 
tent to do so. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 26. 

Coiled Tube Boiler 

24. An operating engineer is not required to be in attendance 
where a plant is comprised of one or more coiled tube boilers, and, 

(a) each boiler contains steam at a pressure of more than fif- 
teen pounds per square inch or water at a temperature of 
more than 250°F. and the combined total water content of 
the boilers does not exceed 250 Imperial gallons; or 

(b) each boiler contains steam at a pressure of fifteen pounds 
per square inch or less or water at a temperature of 250°F. 
or less and the combined total water content of the boilers 
does not exceed 750 Imperial gallons. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
740, s. 27, revised. 

25. Where the combined total water content of one or more 
coiled tube boilers exceeds those stated in section 24, the user shall 
ensure that an operating engineer is in attendance in the boiler room 
of the plant. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 28. 

Exemption 

26.— (1) Subject to section 23, where a plant is comprised of a dual 
control boiler and the Therm-hour rating of the plant is not more 
than 50 and the dual control boiler is to be operated at a pressure of 
less than 15, an operating engineer is not required to be in atten- 
dance at the plant if the plant is equipped with, 

(a) a low-pressure control device that restricts the operating 
pressure of the dual control boiler to 15; and 

(b) the protective devices required by subsection 22 (1 ), so long 
as the high-pressure limiting device or the high-temperature 
limiting device referred to in clause 22 (1) (a) is set for low 
pressure operation. 

(2) The results obtained from the pressure recording device 
attached to the dual control boiler shall be retained for a period of 
twelve months and shall be available to an inspector at all times. 

(3) All protective and control devices described in subsection (1) 
shall be approved by the chief officer. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, 
s. 29. 

Reporting Accidents 

27. The user shall notify the chief officer of the death, injury or 
accident, as the case may be, by telephone or other direct means and 
shall within forty-eight hours after the death, injury or accident, as 
the case may be, send the chief officer a written report of the circum- 
stances where in a plant for which a certificate of registration has 
been issued or in an operation involving a hoisting plant. 



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(a) a person is killed or critically injured from any cause; or 

(b) an accident occurs involving public liability or property 
damage to any part of the plant equipment in operation. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. 30, revised. 

Forms and Fees 

28.— (1) An application for registration of a plant shall be in 
Form 1. 

(2) A certificate of registration of a plant shall be in Form 2. 

(3) An application for registration of a guarded plant shall be in 
Form 3. 



(4) A certificate of registration of a guarded plant shall be in 
Form 4. 

(5) A notice of isolation of a boiler or compressor shall be in 
Form 5. 

(6) An application for a certificate of qualification shall be in 
Form 6. 

(7) A certificate of qualification shall be in Form 7 and Form 8. 

(8) An application for a duplicate certificate of qualification shall 
be in Form 9. 

(9) The fees payable under this Regulation are those prescribed 
in the Schedule. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 740, s. il, revised. 



Schedule 

PRESCRIBED FEES 

Subject 

Registration of Plants 

On the issue of a certificate of registration of a plant, including initial inspection 

On the issue of a certificate of registration of a plant in accordance with a change in classification, including 
initial inspection 

On the issue of a certificate of registration to a new user of a plant 

On the issue of a duplicate of a certificate of registration 

For sealing a part of a plant affecting change in classification 

For resealinga part of a plant affecting change in classification 

Certificates of Qualification 

Initial issueof a certificate of qualification to an operating engineer or operator 

On the reclassification of a certificate of qualification 

On the renewal of a certificate of qualification (two years) 

On the issue of a duplicate certificate of qualification or the reissue of a certificate of qualification in the case 
of a legal change of name 

On the reinstatement of a certificate of qualification where less than one year has elapsed since the date of 
expiry 

Examinations and Re-examinations 
On examination or re-examination for a certificate of qualification as an operating engineer or operator 

Routine Inspection 
On a routine inspection of a plant 



Item 
No. 



Fee 

$ 



1. 

2. 

3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 



12. 



13. 



75.00 

75.00 

75.00 

75.00 

100.00 

100.00 

50.00 
35.00 
50.00 

35.00 

35.00 

25.00 



75.00 
per hour, min- 
imum charge 
is one hour 



O. Reg. 456/89, s. 1. 



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Form 1 

Operating Engineers Act 
APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF A PLANT 
The undersigned user of the plant described below hereby applies for registration thereof and furnishes the following information: 



1. Name of User. 



2. Plant known as 

3. Location of Plant 

4. Postal address of User 

5. BOILERS INSTALLED: 



Quantity 


Manufacturer's Name 


Type 


Safety Valve 
Setting 


Output in 
B.T.U. Per Hour 

































6. COMPRESSORS OR STEAM ENGINES INSTALLED: 



Quantity 


Manufacturer's 
Name 


Type 


Safety 
Valve 
Set at 


Gas Being Compressed 


Prime Movers 






Refrigerant 


Therm-Hour Rating 




Name 


Yes or No 


Steam 


Non-Steam 









































Should the above items be installed at separate locations on the same premises, a sketch made to scale showing the disposition of the item must 
be submitted with the application form. Do not include items that are exempt under section 2 of the Act. 



Dated at this . 



. day of . 



19. 



(signature of user) 
O. Reg. 639/83, s. (>,part, revised. 



Registration Number 



Form 2 

Operating Engineers Act 
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF A PLANT 
Serial Number . 



Issued in accordance with the Operating Engineers Act and the regulations thereunder 
Plant Classification 
Name of Plant User 
Plant is known as 
Plant Location 
Number of Boilers 
Safety Valve set at 

Number of Refrigeration Compressors Total Thermal-Hour Rating 

Number of other Compressors Total Thermal-Hour Rating 



Total Thermal-Hour Rating 
Total Thermal-Hour Rating 



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Certificates of Qualification Required 



Chief Operating Engineer 

Shift Engineer 

Chief Operator 

Assistant Shift Engineer/Operator 
(Required under clause 19 (a) of the Act) 

Issued at Toronto, this day of , 19. 



Chief Officer 

O. Reg. 639/83, s. 6, part. 

Form 3 

Operating Engineers A ct 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF A GUARDED PLANT 

The undersigned user of the guarded plant described below hereby applies for registration thereof and furnishes the following information: 

I. Name of User 



2. Plant known as 

3. Location of Plant 

4. Postal address of User 

5. BOILERS INSTALLED: 



Quantity 


Manufacturer's Name 


Type 


Safely Valve 
Setting 


Output in 
B.T.U. Per Hour 

































6. COMPRESSORS OR STEAM ENGINES INSTALLED: 



Quantity 


Manufacturer's 
Name 


Type 


Safety 
Valve 
Set at 


Gas Being Compressed 


Prime Movers 




Refrigerant 


Therm-Hour Rating 


Name 


Yes or No 


Steam 


Non-Steam 



































Each boiler and compressor in this plant is equipped with the protective devices prescribed in section 22 of Regulation 904 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990. I herewith undertake that each protective device for the plant will be competently tested, while the plant is operating, at 
such frequency as will reasonably ensure the proper operation of the device when necessary to protect the plant. 



Dated at , this . 



. day of . 



.,19. 



(signature of user) 
O. Reg. 639/83, s. b,part, revised. 



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Registration Number 



Form 4 

Operating Engineers Act 
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF A GUARDED PLANT 
Serial Number . 



Issued in accordance with the Operating Engineers Act and the regulations thereunder 



Plant Classification 

Name of Plant User 

Plan is known as 

Plant Location 

Number of Boilers 

Safety Valve set at 

Number of Refrigeration Compressors 

Number of other Compressors 



Total Thermal-Hour Rating 
Total Thermal-Hour Rating 

Total Thermal-Hour Rating 
Total Thermal-Hour Rating 



Certificates of Qualification Required 



Chief Operating Engineer 

Shift Engineer 

Chief Operator 

Shift Operator 

Issued at Toronto, this 



. day of . 



., 19., 



Chief Officer 

The user of the Guarded Plant shall ensure that each protective device is tested and maintained in safe working condition as prescribed in section 
22 of Regulation 904 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 



O. Reg. 639/83, s. 6, part. 



Serial No. . 



Form 5 

Operating Engineers Act 

NOTICE OF ISOLATION OF A BOILER OR COMPRESSOR 

Plant Registration No. 

NOTICE 



The seal affixed to this 



(description of boiler and compressor being sealed) 



is subject to the provisions of section 19 of Regulation 904 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. No person shall remove this seal except with 
the permission of the Chief Officer. Any person removing or defacing this seal is guilty of an offence under the Act and on conviction is liable to a 
fine of not more than $1,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than twelve months, or to both. 

Date 

Inspector 



Serial No. . 



Chief Officer 
Plant Registration No 



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This part of the notice to be attached to the inspection report. 
Description of item sealed 



Name of plant user 
Report No 



Inspector 



Date 



O. Reg. 745/83, s. 1. 



Form 6 

Operating Engineers Act 
APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION 



(print name in block letters) 



(postal address) 



apply for issue of a Certificate of Qualification as a 

and in support thereof I make the following statements: 

1. I hold a current certificate class. No , Province 

2. Date of birth: Day .Month 

3. My previous training and experience (including present employment) is as follows: 
Stationary Engineer: 



..Year. 



Plant 

Registration 

Number 


Name of Plant 
Registration 
Certificate 


Therm- 
hour 
Rating 


Safety 
Valve 
Set At 


•Employed 
As 


Dates of Employment 


From 


To 


Period 


Month 


Year 


Month 


Year 


























































Total 





Refrigeration Operator A or B, Compressor Operator 



Plant 

Registration 

Number 


Name on Plant 
Registration 
Certificate 


Type of 
Machine 


Therm- 
hour 
Rating 


Safety 
Valve 
Set At 


•Employed 

As 


Dates of Employment 


From 


To 


Period 


Month 


Year 


Month 


Year 
































































Total 





Dated at , this . 



. day of . 



., 19.. 



(signature of applicant) 



Note: 



•The applicant must furnish with his application evidence signed by the plant user (employer) that the applicant has been employed as stated on 
the application. 

Enter applicable designation: Chief Operating Engineer 

Chief Operator 

Shift Engineer or Shift Operator 
Assistant Shift Engineer or Assistant Shift Operator 
Trainee under section 16 of the Act 

O. Reg. 639/83, s. 6, parr. 



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OPERATING ENGINEERS 



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This is to 
certify that 



Form? 

Operating Engineers Act 
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION 



having complied with the Operating Engineers Act and 
the regulations thereunder is issued this Certificate of 



Qualification as a . 



Form 9 



Operating Engineers Act 



APPLICATION FOR A DUPLICATE CERTIFICATE OF 
QUALIFICATION OR FOR AN ENGINEER IN TRAINING 



Print name in block letters 



Chief Officer 



Date Issued 



Certificate No. 
O. Reg. 639/83. s. 6, part. 



Forms 

Operating Engineers Act 
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION 



Issue Date 


Certificate No. 


Expiry Date 









Certificate No. 


Expiry Date 



You are Required to Notify 

MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND 

COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 

PRESSURE VESSELS SAFETY BRANCH 

(address) 

If any information on this certificate is incorrect or incomplete— See 
reverse side for details- 



Name or Address Change 



Postal Address 



apply for the issue of: 



D Engineer in Training 



D a Duplicate Certificate of Qualification 



and in support thereof. 



( class) 



D I provide evidence that I hold a current Certificate of Qualifica- 
tion as a Stationary Engineer ( class) issued by the Province 

of 

in 19 , and identification that I am the applicant. 

n I furnish the evidence that the Certificate of Qualification 

issued to me in 19 was lost under the following 

circumstances: 

(detailed explanation required) 



Dated at , this day of 

19 



O. Reg. 639/83, s. 6, part. 



Signature of Applicant 



O. Reg. 639/83, s. 6,part, revised. 



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Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
Loi sur les opticiens d'ordonnances 



REGULATION 905 
GENERAL 

Registration 

1.— (1) An application for a certificate of registration as an 
ophthalmic dispenser shall be in Form 1. 

(2) An applicant who is entitled to be registered as an ophthalmic 
dispenser under section 7 of the Act shall be issued a certificate of 
registration as an ophthalmic dispenser in Form 2. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 741, s. 1. 

Renewal 

2. A certificate of registration as an ophthalmic dispenser expires 
on the 31st day of December in each year unless renewed by the 
holder of the certificate on or before the 31st day of December of 
that year. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, s. 2. 

3. An application for renewal of a certificate of registration as an 
ophthalmic dispenser shall be in Form 3. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, 
s. 3. 

4. The Registrar shall notify by registered mail any ophthalmic 
dispenser whose certificate has expired or has been cancelled by the 
Board and such notice shall be deemed to have been sufficiently 
given to the ophthalmic dispenser if addressed to the ophthalmic dis- 
penser at his or her last known address as shown on the appropriate 
register. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, s. 4. 

5.— (1) Where a certificate as an ophthalmic dispenser has expired 
and a period of time has elapsed of five years or less from the date of 
expiry of the certificate, the certificate may be renewed by comple- 
tion of an application in Form 4 and payment of the fee prescribed in 
subsection 14 (2). 

(2) Where an application for renewal of a certificate as an 
ophthalmic dispenser is made more than five years after the year in 
which the certificate expired, such certificate shall not be renewed 
unless the qualifications of the applicant have been reviewed by the 
Board and the Board approves the renewal and the applicant has 
paid the fee prescribed in subsection 14 (3). 

(3) During the period commencing at least sixty days and ending 
not less than thirty days before the expiration of a certificate of regis- 
tration as an ophthalmic dispenser the Registrar shall notify by mail 
the holder of the certificate at his or her last known address as shown 
on the register of ophthalmic dispensers, that his or her certificate of 
registration as an ophthalmic dispenser will expire unless renewed 
before the date of expiry specified in the certificate. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 741, s. 5. 

Student Ophthalmic Dispensers 

6.— (1) Student ophthalmic dispensers are designated as a class of 
persons for which the Board may establish a special register. 

(2) In this Regulation "student ophthalmic dispenser" means a 
person who, 

(a) has satisfied the Registrar that the person, 

(i) is enrolled as a full-time student in a course of study 



in a school of ophthalmic dispensing approved under 
the regulations, 

(ii) is pursuing in-service training in ophthalmic dispens- 
ing in Ontario under the supervision of an 
ophthalmic dispenser registered under the Act and 
regulations in conjunction with or following accep- 
tance into a course of study in a school of ophthalmic 
dispensing approved under the regulations, or 

(iii) has, in the opinion of the Board, qualifications 
equivalent to those referred to in subclause (i) or 
(ii); 

(b) has completed and filed with the Registrar an application 
for registration as a student ophthalmic dispenser in Form 
5; and 

(c) has paid the fees prescribed in subsection 14 (4). 

(3) A person who is a student under subsection (2) shall be regis- 
tered by the Registrar as a student ophthalmic dispenser and shall be 
issued a registration card in Form 6 evidencing the person to be a stu- 
dent ophthalmic dispenser. 

(4) The registration of a student ophthalmic dispenser expires on 
the 1st day of September in each year unless renewed by the holder 
on or before that date. 

(5) An application for renewal of registration as a student 
ophthalmic dispenser in a special register shall be in Form 9. 

(6) An application under subsection (5) may be made only three 
times in three successive years after registration under subsection (3) 
except where otherwise authorized by the Board. 

(7) A student ophthalmic dispenser who is registered in a special 
register may assist an ophthalmic dispenser in the dispensing of 
ophthalmic appliances only under the supervision of the ophthalmic 
dispenser who is physically present in the dispensary and who checks 
and approves the work of the student ophthalmic dispenser. 

(8) An ophthalmic dispenser who supervises a student 
ophthalmic dispenser shall, 

(a) indicate in Form 7 his or her approval of the work super- 
vised; and 

(b) upon the termination of the term of supervision, furnish the 
student ophthalmic dispenser with a declaration of service 
in Form 8. 

(9) The Board may remove from a special register the name of a 
student ophthalmic dispenser where the Board is satisfied that the 
student ophthalmic dispenser has failed to comply with subsection 
(7) or has acted in a manner that, having regard to all the circum- 
stances, would reasonably be regarded by the Board as unprofes- 
sional. 

(10) During the period commencing at least sixty days and ending 
not less than thirty days before the expiration of a certificate of regis- 
tration as an ophthalmic dispenser, the Registrar shall give each per- 
son who is the holder of such a certificate notice, by mailing to the 
holder at his or her last known address shown on the register of 
ophthalmic dispensers, that his or her certificate of registration 



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expires unless renewed before the date of expiry specified in the 
certificate. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, s. 6. 

Discipline 

7. — (1) Before holding a hearing under subsection 14 (2) of the 
Act, the Board shall send by registered mail to the ophthalmic dis- 
penser at his or her latest address shown on the register a notice, 

(a) giving, in addition to the information required by subsec- 
tion 14 (2) of the Act, 

(i) the details of the alleged unprofessional conduct or 
the incompetency, fraud or misrepresentation, and 

(ii) the nature of the evidence in support thereof; and 

(b) appointing the date, time and place for the hearing. 

(2) The Board shall allow at least ten clear days between the date 
of sending the notice and the date fixed for the hearing. 

(.3) If the ophthalmic dispenser fails to attend the hearing on the 
date and at the time and place appointed, the hearing may proceed 
and a decision may be made in his or her absence. 

(4) The proceedings at the hearing shall be recorded in shorthand 
or by other means. 

(5) At the hearing, the ophthalmic dispenser is entitled to hear 
the evidence against him or her, to cross-examine thereon, to call 
witnesses in his or her behalf and to present argument. 

(6) The ophthalmic dispenser may be represented at the hearing 
by counsel or by an agent. 

(7) A majority of the members of the Board shall be present at a 
hearing and shall constitute a quorum. 

(8) The decision of the majority of the members of the Board 
present is the decision of the Board. 

(9) In the event of an equal division of votes, the complaint made 
against the ophthalmic dispenser shall be dismissed. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 741, s. 7. 

Unprofessional Conduct 

8. For the purpose of section 14 of the Act unprofessional con- 
duct means, 

(a) contravening any provision of the Act or the Regulations; 

(b) negligence with respect to the practice of ophthalmic dis- 
pensing; 

(c) submitting a false or misleading advertisement or account, 
failing to fulfill the terms of an agreement with a person as 
to the charge for providing ophthalmic appliances to that 
person, or charging for services not performed; 

(d) directly or indirectly receiving from or remitting a rebate, 
credit or other benefit to any person licensed as an optome- 
trist under Part V of the Health Disciplines Act, or a legally 
qualified medical practitioner or any other person by reason 
of the referral of a customer; 

(e) engaging in practice as an ophthalmic dispenser while the 
ability to perform is impaired by alcohol or drugs; 

(f) conviction of an offence that affects the fitness of a person 
to practice as an ophthalmic dispenser; 

(g) obtaining a certificate of registration as an ophthalmic dis- 
penser by misrepresentation or fraud; 



(h) falsifying or failing to maintain records of a customer's 
name, address, and prescription details; 

(i) holding out to the public that any person holds a currently 
valid certificate of registration as an ophthalmic dispenser 
which that person does not in fact hold; 

(j) holding out to the public that any person is a student 
ophthalmic dispenser or knowingly permitting any person 
to announce or hold out to the public that any person is a 
student ophthalmic dispenser if that person is not a student 
ophthalmic dispenser registered in a special register; 

(k) permitting, counselling or assisting any person who is not 
registered as an ophthalmic dispenser to engage in the prac- 
tice of ophthalmic dispensing; 

(I) permitting a student ophthalmic dispenser to assist in the 
dispensing of ophthalmic appliances except under the 
supervision of an ophthalmic dispenser who is physically 
present in the dispensary and who checks and approves the 
work of the student ophthalmic dispenser; 

(m) refusing or failing to reply without good and sufficient rea- 
son to a registered letter from the Board respecting a com- 
plaint or charge made against an ophthalmic dispenser; 

(n) refusing to permit an authorized member of the Board or 
an inspector appointed by the Board and acting upon the 
written authorization of the Board to inspect at a reason- 
able time the professional records of an ophthalmic dispen- 
ser or the premises, facilities or equipment where or with 
which the ophthalmic dispenser practices ophthalmic dis- 
pensing; 

(o) practising ophthalmic dispensing without having the instru- 
ments, equipment and physical facilities necessary to main- 
tain the generally accepted standard of practice of an 
ophthalmic dispenser; 

(p) failing to ensure that the names and registration of the 
ophthalmic dispenser and student ophthalmic dispenser on 
duty are prominently displayed to the public by means of a 
name tag supplied by the Board to be worn on the person of 
the ophthalmic dispenser and student ophthalmic dispenser 
on duty; 

(q) supervising more than two student ophthalmic dispensers at 
any one time; or 

(r) acting in such a manner in relation to the practice of 
ophthalmic dispensing that, having regard to all the circum- 
stances, would reasonably be regarded by the Board as 
unprofessional. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, s. 8. 

Notification of Change 

9.— (1) Every ophthalmic dispenser and student ophthalmic dis- 
penser shall notify the Registrar in writing of any change in his or her 
name, residential address, or in the name and location of any dispen- 
sary where the ophthalmic dispenser practices ophthalmic dispensing 
or where the student ophthalmic dispenser is employed, as the case 
may be, within ten days after the change. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), no ophthalmic dispenser or student 
ophthalmic dispenser is required to notify the Registrar of a change 
in the name and location of a dispensary where he or she practices 
ophthalmic dispensing or is employed, if the change is for a tempo- 
rary period not exceeding twenty-one days. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
741, s. 9. 

Examinations 

10.— (1) The Board shall conduct or cause to be conducted exami- 
nations at least once a year. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, s. 10. 



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(2) The examinations each year shall consist of ten sections. 
O. Reg. 334/87, s. 1. 

11.— (1) The Board or its representative shall prepare the exami- 
nation questions and shall conduct and preside over the examinations 
at the time and place fixed by the Board. 

(2) No examination question shall be submitted to a candidate for 
examination unless it has been approved by the Board. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 741, s. 11. 

12. A person may take the examinations referred to in section 10 
if the person, 

(a) pays the examination fee prescribed in subsection 14 (6); 

(b) successfully completes a course of study approved under 
section 13 or has, in the opinion of the Board, qualifications 
equivalent thereto; and 

(c) is registered as a student ophthalmic dispenser in a special 
register, except when the person is exempted from register- 
ing as a student ophthalmic dispenser where the Board is of 
the opinion that the past work experience or training of the 
person is such that it is unnecessary for the person to be reg- 
istered as a student ophthalmic dispenser. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 741, s. 12. 

Approved Course of Study 

13. The course of study approved for the purposes of section 7 of 
the Act is, 

(a) a course of study and instruction in ophthalmic dispensing 
conducted at Georgian College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology; or 

(b) a course of study and instruction in ophthalmic dispensing 



conducted at Seneca College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, s. 13. 

Fees 

14.— (1) The fee for registration as an ophthalmic dispenser is 
$325 if the certificate of registration is issued on or before the 30th 
day of June in any year and $175 if the registration is issued after the 
30th day of June in any year. 

(2) The fee for renewal of registration as an ophthalmic dispenser 
is $325. O. Reg. 449/89, s. \,part. 

(3) The fee for renewal of a certificate that has expired is the 
annual fee for the renewal of such certificate plus $100 for each year 
or part of a year after the year in which the certificate expired. 

(4) The fee for registration as a student ophthalmic dispenser is 
$50. 

(5) The fee for the annual renewal of registration of a student 
ophthalmic dispenser is $50. O. Reg. 658/87, s. I, part. 

(6) The fee for each section of the examinations referred to in 
subsection 10 (2) is $45. O. Reg. 449/89, s. \,part. 

(7) The fee for a duplicate original certificate of registration as an 
ophthalmic dispenser is $50. O. Reg. 658/87, s. \,part. 

Remuneration of the Board 

15. A member of the Board shall be paid, 

(a) a daily allowance of $100 for each day or part thereof 
engaged in carrying out his or her duties under the Act; and 

(b) the actual amount spent in travelling and living expenses 
necessarily incurred while engaged in the business of the 
Board. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, s. 16. 



Form 1 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION 



Please type or print 



Date . 



1 hereby make application to the Board of Ophthalmic Dispensers, Ontario, and submit the following information as to my experience and quali- 
fications. 



NAME: 



(Surname) (First) 

Male n Female D 

HOME ADDRESS: 

CITY: PROVINCE: 

POSTAL CODE: 

TELEPHONE: Home: Business: 

DATE OF BIRTH: 

PRESENT EMPLOYER'S NAME & ADDRESS: 



(Middle) 



(City) 



(Province) 



AFFIX 

CURRENT 

PHOTOGRAPH 

OF 

APPLICANT 



(Postal Code) 



STARTING DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 

PASSED BOARD EXAMINATION/DATE: 



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REFERENCES: (Not a Relative/Must have known you for a period of at least three years) 
NAME: ADDRESS: 



(City) (Province) (Postal Code) 
NAME: ADDRESS: 



(City) 



NAME: 



(Province) 
.... ADDRESS: 



(Postal Code) 



(City) 



(Province) 



(Postal Code) 



I, of the 

(Name) (City or Town) 

of in the County of 

(Name of City or Town) 

in the Province of STATE THAT the above information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



Signature 

R.R.0. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 1. 

Form 2 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION 

THE BOARD OF OPHTHALMIC DISPENSERS FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

Under the Ophthalmic Dispensers Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof, this certificate is issued to: 



(name) 
who is hereby entitled to practise as an Ophthalmic Dispenser in the Province of Ontario. 



Chair of the Board 



Dated at Toronto, this 
day of 



PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT 



CERTIFICATE NUMBER 



NAME: 



Registrar 

THIS CERTIFICATE REQUIRES ANNUAL 
RENEWAL 



.,19.. 



CERTIFICATE NO. . 



R.R.0. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 2. 



Form 3 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL 



Date: . 



(Surname) 
Male D Female D 

HOME ADDRESS 

CITY 

POSTAL CODE 



(First) 



PROVINCE 

TELEPHONE NUMBER 



(Middle) 



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SELF-EMPLOYED: YES D NO D 

NAME OF EMPLOYER 

BUSINESS ADDRESS 

CITY PROVINCE 

POSTAL CODE TELEPHONE NUMBER 

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS REQUIRED FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES ONLY 
PRESENTLY DISPENSING: YES D FULL-TIME: YES D NO D 

PART-TIME: YES D 
RESIDENT OF ONTARIO: YES D NO D 

TYPE OF PRACTICE: 

EYE GLASSES ONLY: YES D 

EYE GLASSES AND CONTACT LENSES: YES D 

CONTACT LENSES ONLY: YES D 

OTHER: (please specify) 



(The following statement must be completed.) 

I have completed hours of continuing education courses in the thirty-six (36) months prior to this application and herewith enclose 

copies of certificates or other documentary proof of attendance at such courses. 



I, of the 

(Name) (City or Town) 

of in the County of 

(Name of City or Town) 

in the Province of STATE THAT the above information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



Signature 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 3. 
Form 4 
Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF EXPIRED CERTIFICATE 
PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT 



Date: 



LATEST CERTIFICATE NUMBER 
NAME: 



(Surname) (First) (Middle) 

Male D Female D 



HOME ADDRESS 

CITY PROVINCE 

POSTAL CODE TELEPHONE NUMBER 

DATE OF EXPIRY OF LAST CERTIFICATE HELD 

NAME OF EMPLOYER 



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BUSINESS ADDRESS 

CITY PROVINCE 

POSTAL CODE TELEPHONE NUMBER 

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS REQUIRED FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES ONLY 



PRESENTLY DISPENSING: 

RESIDENT OF ONTARIO: 
TYPE OF PRACTICE: 



YES n 



YES 



D 



FULL-TIME: 
PART-TIME: 

NO n 



YES D 
YES n 



NO n 



YES n 



EYE GLASSES ONLY: 
EYE GLASSES AND CONTACT LENSES: 
CONTACT LENSES ONLY: YES D 
OTHER: (please specify) 



YES 



D 



(signature) 



(The following statement must be completed.) 



I have completed hours of continuing education courses in the thirty-six (36) months prior to this application and herewith enclose 

copies of certificates or other documentary proof of attendance at such courses. 

I, of the 



(Name) 



(City or Town) 



of in the County of 

(Name of City or Town) 

in the Province of STATE THAT the above information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



Signature 



R.R.0. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 4. 



Forms 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
APPLICATION FOR STUDENT REGISTRATION 



PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT 



NAME: 



Date: 



Male D 
ADDRESS: 



(Surname) 
Female D 



(First) 

DATE OF BIRTH: 



(Middle) 



CITY 

POSTAL CODE 

NAME OF COLLEGE ENROLLED IN: 

DATE OF ENROLMENT: 

BUSINESS ADDRESS (if known): , 



PROVINCE 

TELEPHONE NUMBER 



«2 



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OPTICIENS D'ORDONNANCES 



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CITY 

POSTAL CODE 



PROVINCE 

TELEPHONE NUMBER 

REFERENCES 



l.NAME: 



ADDRESS: 

CITY 

POSTAL CODE 



PROVINCE 

TELEPHONE NO. 



2. NAME: 



ADDRESS: 

CITY 

POSTAL CODE 



PROVINCE 

TELEPHONE NO. 



3. NAME: 



ADDRESS: 

CITY 

POSTAL CODE 



PROVINCE 

TELEPHONE NO. 



I of the.. 

(name) 

of , in the . 

(name of city or town) 



(city or town) 



(County or Municipality) 



of in the Province of . 

(name of County or Municipahty) 

STATE THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF. 



AFFIX 

CURRENT 

PHOTOGRAPH 

OF 

APPLICANT 



Signature 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 5. 



Form 6 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
STUDENT REGISTRATION CARD 
THE BOARD OF OPHTHALMIC DISPENSERS 
Province of Ontario 
Under the Ophthalmic Dispensers Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof this registration card is issued to: 



(name) 



who is duly registered as a student ophthalmic dispenser. 
This registration expires on 



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Registrar 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 6. 



Form? 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
STUDENT OPHTHALMIC DISPENSER'S BOOK 



No. 


Customer 
Name or 

Reference 
Number 


Prescription 


Date 


Dispensary 
Location 


Name of 

Ophthalmic 

Dispenser 

who Supervised 

the Fittings 


Supervisor 

Registration 

Number 


Signature of 

Ophthalmic Dispenser 

who Supervised 

the Fittings 

below to meet 

Accepted Standards 


Student 
Signature 


For 

Office 

Use 



































































































































































R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 7. 



Form 8 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
DECLARATION OF SERVICE 
PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT 

(Separate Form required for each separate work location) 
(1) INFORMATION ABOUT STUDENT OPHTHALMIC DISPENSER 

NAME: 



(Surname) (First) 

Male n Female D 

HOME ADDRESS: 

CITY 

POSTAL CODE 

(2) DISPENSING EXPERIENCE 

NAME OF EMPLOYER: 

LOCATION OF EMPLOYMENT: 



(Middle) 



STUDENT 
REGISTRATION 
NUMBER: 



PROVINCE 

TELEPHONE NO. 



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DAY 


MONTH 


YEAR 


COMMENCED 








TERMINATED (if applicable) 









HOURS PER WEEK (hours) 

TOTAL HOURS EMPLOYED AT THIS LOCATION 

IN SUPERVISED OPHTHALMIC DISPENSING (hours) 

(3) DECLARATION OF SUPERVISING OPHTHALMIC DISPENSER(S) 

NAME: 



REGISTRATION 
NUMBER: 



I/WE, STATE THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY/OUR KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF AND 

THAT RECEIVED PRACTICAL 

(student ophthalmic dispenser) 
TRAINING UNDER MY/OUR SUPERVISION AND WORKED COMPETENTLY AND DILIGENTLY IN SUPERVISED 
OPHTHALMIC DISPENSING FOR THE PERIOD SPECIFIED ABOVE. 



DATE 



signature of 

Supervising Ophthalmic Dispenser 

Registration No 



DATE 



signature of 

Supervising Ophthalmic Dispenser 

Registration No 



DATE 



signature of 

Supervising Ophthalmic Dispenser 

Registration No 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 8. 



PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT 
REGISTRATION NUMBER: 
NAME: 



Form 9 

Ophthalmic Dispensers Act 
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF STUDENT REGISTRATION 

DATE: 



Male n 
ADDRESS: 



(Surname) 
Female D 



CITY: 

POSTAL CODE: 

NAME OF COLLEGE ENROLLED IN: 

DATE OF ENROLMENT: 

BUSINESS ADDRESS (if known): 

CITY: 



(First) 

DATE OF BIRTH: 



(Middle) 



PROVINCE: 

TELEPHONE NUMBER: 



PROVINCE: 



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POSTAL CODE: TELEPHONE NUMBER: 



THIS IS MY FIRST D SECOND D OR THIRD D APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL. 
(ANY FURTHER APPLICATION REQUIRES BOARD AUTHORIZATION) 

TO: THE BOARD OF OPHTHALMIC DISPENSERS, 
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



I, of the 

(name) (City or Town) 

of in the County of 

(name of City or Town) 

in the Province of hereby apply for a renewal of my registration as a student ophthalmic dispenser for the year . 

I state that the above information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I enclose the amount of the prescribed fee. 



signature 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 741, Form 9. 



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Paperback and Periodical Distributors Act 
Loi sur les distributeurs de livres brochés et de périodiques 



REGULATION 906 
GENERAL 

1.— (t) An application for registration as a distributor shall be in a 
form provided by the Minister. 

(2) An annual return for maintenance of registration shall be in a 
form provided by the Minister. O. Reg. 611/83, s. \,part. 

2. Every registration expires on the 1st day of October unless an 
annual return for maintenance of registration in a form provided by 
the Minister, together with the appropriate fee prescribed in section 
3, is filed with the Registrar on or before that date. O. Reg. 611/83, 
s. \,part. 

Fees 

3. Fees payable to the Registrar are as follows: 

1. Upon application for registration as a distributor or 

for maintenance of registration as a distributor $100 



O. Reg. 273/86, s. 1 



General 



4.— (1) Every distributor shall, within five days after the event, 
notify the Registrar in writing of, 

(a) any change in address for service in Ontario or any business 
address; 

(b) the opening or closing of any branch office and, in the case 
of the opening of any branch office, the name and address 
of the branch manager; 

(c) any change in the membership of a partnership, association, 
syndicate or other organization of individuals; 

(d) any change in the officers or directors of a corporation; 

(e) any change in the controlling interest of a corporation or 
the ownership of its equity shares; 



(f) any changes in partnership agreements, letters patent or 
other instruments governing the operation of the distribu- 
tor; and 

(g) any change in resident or non-resident status of any person 
interested in the applicant. 

(2) The distributor shall provide such additional information or 
particulars verified by affidavit as may be requested by the Registrar. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 742, s. 4. 

5. A voluntary cancellation of registration under subsection 5 (7) 
of the Act shall be in a form provided by the Minister. O. Reg. 
611/83, s. 2. 

Tribunal 

6. The fees and allowances to be paid to a person summonsed to 
appear as a witness before the Tribunal shall be as follows: 

1. Attending proceedings, each day $ 10 

2. Where a witness travels by private automobile, ten cents a 
mile for each mile necessarily travelled between the wit- 
ness's place of residence and the place where the proceed- 
ings are held but, where the proceedings are held in the city 
or town in which the witness resides, seventy-five cents. 

3. Where a witness travels by a means other than private auto- 
mobile, a sum equal to the amount of the fare actually paid 
for the transportation from the witness's place of residence 
to the place where the proceedings are held, and return. 

4. Where a witness is required to attend the proceedings on 
more than one day and returns to his or her place of resi- 
dence at night, the travelling allowance mentioned in para- 
graph 2 or 3, as the case may be, is payable in respect of 
each days attendance. 

5. Where a witness resides elsewhere and in the opinion of the 
director it is desirable that the witness remain overnight at 
the place at which the proceedings are held, a sum actually 
and reasonably paid by the witness for living expenses. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 742, s. 6. 



Form 1 

Paperback and Periodical Distributors A ct 

SUMMONS TO A WITNESS BEFORE THE COMMERCIAL 
REGISTRATION APPEAL TRIBUNAL 



Re: 
To: 



(name of witness) 

You are hereby summoned and required to attend before The Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal at a 

hearing to be held at 

in the of on day, the 

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day of ,19 , at the hour of o'clock in the noon 

(local time), and so from day to day until the hearing is concluded or the Tribunal otherwise orders, to give evidence on oath or by affirmation 

touching the matters in question in the proceedings and to bring with you and produce at such time and place 



Dated this day of , 19 

The Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal: 



Chairman of the Tribunal 

NOTE: You are entitled to be paid the like personal allowances for your attendance at the hearing as are prescribed by Regulation 906 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

If you fail to attend and give evidence at the hearing, or to produce the documents or things specified, at the time and place specified, 
without lawful excuse, you are liable to punishment by the Ontario Court (General Division) in like manner as if for contempt of that 
court for disobedience to a summons. 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 742, Form 3, revised. 

Form 2 

Paperback and Periodical Distributors Act 

NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE COMMERCIAL REGISTRATION 
APPEAL TRIBUNAL 

To: 

(applicant or registrant, as the case may be) 

Take Notice that a hearing will be held pursuant to section of the Paperback and Periodical Distributors Act, before The 

Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal at 

on day, the day of ,19 , at the hour of 

o'clock in the noon, and so from day to day until the hearing is adjourned or concluded. 

The following is a concise statement of the issues to be considered: 



And Take Notice that the rules applicable to the hearing are to be found in , 



And Further Take Notice that if you fail to attend the hearing The Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal may proceed in your 
absence and you will not be entitled to notice of any further proceedings. 

Dated at this day of , 19 

The Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal: 



Registrar of the Tribunal 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 742, Form 4. 



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Parks Assistance Act 
Loi sur l'aide destinée à ta création dépares 



REGULATION 907 
GENERAL 

1.— (1) An applicant for a grant under section 3 of the Act shall 
file with the Minister an application signed by the clerk of the appli- 
cant municipality setting out, 

(a) the necessity for the acquisition, development or conver- 
sion, as the case may be, of the park, having regard to exist- 
ing parks in the vicinity that provide camping, picnicking 
and bathing facilities; 

(b) an outline of plans for the maintenance, operation and pol- 
icing of the park and the estimated cost and method of 
financing thereof; 

(c) where the application is for a grant to assist in developing a 
park, the estimated cost of developing the park and the 
method of financing the development of the park; and 

(d) where the application is for a grant to assist in acquiring a 
park, 

(i) a list of the lands to be included in the park contain- 
ing the legal description of each parcel of land and 
the names and addresses of the owners thereof, and 

(ii) the estimated cost of acquiring the lands to be 
included in the park, and the method of financing 
the acquisition of the land. 

(2) An application under subsection (1) shall be accompanied by, 

(a) a certified copy of the by-law providing for the establish- 
ment or development of the park; 

(b) a plan drawn on a scale of not less than 2,000 feet to the 
inch showing the location of the park; 

(c) a plan of survey drawn on a scale not less than 200 feet to 
the inch showing the boundaries of the park; and 

(d) a plan drawn on a scale of 30 feet to the inch illustrating the 
buildings, improvements, roads, waters and wooded areas 
on the lands to be included in the park and the buildings, 
improvements, roads and other facilities to be erected or 
provided on the said lands. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 743, s. 1. 



2. A grant under section 3 of the Act is made on the condition 
that the applicant, 

(a) assumes all responsibility for the maintenance, operation 
and policing of the park; 

(b) establishes and maintains, 

(i) facilities for overnight camping, 

(ii) facilities for overnight trailer camping, 

(iii) picnic areas, 

(iv) sanitary facilities, 

(v) asupply of drinking water, 

(vi) picnic tables and shelters, and 

(vii) entrances controlling admission to the park; 

(c) collects fees, which shall be not less than the fees charged in 
provincial parks and which shall be fixed at amounts that as 
nearly as is practicable pay the cost of operating and main- 
taining the park, for, 

(i) the admission of motor vehicles to the park, which 
may be charged for one admission or for a season, 

(ii) the admission or docking of boats, 

(iii) the use of camping facilities, and 

(iv) the use of trailer camping facilities; and 

(d) limits the number of days in which any person may camp in 
the park in a trailer to a number not exceeding twenty-eight 
days in a year. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 743, s. 2. 

3. Despite section 2, a grant may be made under section 3 of the 
Act in respect of a park or proposed park that does not comply with 
subclauses 2 (b) (i), (ii), (v) and (vii) and with clause 2 (c) where the 
purpose of the park is to develop and utilize a natural beach for rec- 
reation purposes. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 743, s. 3. 

4. A grant under section 3 of the Act for the acquisition of land 
for an approved park shall not be paid until the applicant has 
obtained the title to the land, free from encumbrances. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 743, s. 4. 



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Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act 
Loi sur la plan ification et l 'aménagement d'une ceinture de promenade 



REGULATION 908 
PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AREA 

1. The area of land in Ontario set forth in the Schedule is estab- 
lished as The Parkway Belt Planning Area. 

2. The Schedule referred to in section 1 is the Schedule to Reg- 
ulation 744 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as it read on the 
31st day of December, 1990. New. 



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Pension Benefits Act 
Loi sur les régimes de retraite 



REGULATION 909 
GENERAL 

PARTI 
INTERPRETATION 

1.— (1) In this Regulation, 

"accountant" means a public accountant licensed under the Public 
Accountancy Act; 

"government" means Her Majesty in right of Ontario, an agent of 
Her Majesty, a municipality as defined in the Municipal Affairs 
Act and a regional municipality as defined in the Ontario Uncondi- 
tional Grants Act; 

"normal cost" means the cost of pension benefits and ancillary bene- 
fits with respect to a fiscal year of a pension plan determined in 
accordance with the methods and actuarial assumptions used in a 
going concern valuation; 

"special payment" means a payment or one of a series of payments 
determined for the purpose of liquidating a going concern 
unfunded actuarial liability or solvency deficiency. 

(2) In this Part, 

"actuarial gain" means the sum, if positive, of, 

(a) the gain to the pension plan during the period since the 
review date of the immediately preceding going concern 
valuation resulting from the difference between actual 
experience and the experience expected by the actuarial 
assumptions on which that valuation was based, 

(b) the amount by which the going concern liabilities decrease 
as a result of an amendment to the plan, and 

(c) the amount by which the going concern liabilities decrease 
or the going concern assets increase as a result of a change 
in actuarial methods or assumptions upon which the current 
going concern valuation is based, 

as of the review date for a going concern valuation provided that 
clause (a), (b) or (c) or any combination thereof shall be counted 
as a negative in the calculation of the sum where, 

(d) the experience of the plan results in a loss rather than a 
gain, 

(e) an amendment increases the going concern liabilities, or 

(f) a change in actuarial methods or assumptions results in an 
increase in going concern liabilities or a decrease in going 
concern assets, as the case may be; 

"actuarial loss" means the sum, if negative, of, 

(a) the gain to the pension plan during the period since the 
review date of the immediately preceding going concern 
valuation resulting from the difference between actual 
experience and the experience expected by the actuarial 
assumptions on which that valuation was based. 



(b) the amount by which the going concern liabilities decrease 
as a result of an amendment to the plan, and 

(c) the amount by which the going concern liabilities decrease 
or the going concern assets increase as a result of a change 
in actuarial methods or assumptions upon which the current 
going concern valuation is based, 

as of the review date for a going concern valuation provided that 
any of clause (a), (b) or (c) or any combination thereof shall be 
counted as a negative in the calculation of the sum where, 

(d) the experience of the plan results in a loss rather than a 
gain, 

(e) an amendment increases the going concern liabilities, or 

(f) a change in actuarial methods or assumptions results in an 
increase in going concern liabilities or a decrease in going 
concern assets, as the case may be; 

"actuary" means a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries; 

"basic Ontario liabilities" means that portion of the remaining liabili- 
ties allocated under clause 30 (2) (d) for employment in Ontario; 

"escalated adjustment" means an adjustment that is made to a pen- 
sion or deferred pension after the termination of a member of a 
pension plan where the adjustment is not capable of being deter- 
mined with certainty at the time the plan or an amendment thereto 
is submitted for registration because the adjustment is related to 
the investment earnings of the pension fund or to future changes in 
a general wage or price index; 

"going concern assets" means the value of the assets of a pension 
plan including accrued and receivable income determined on the 
basis of a going concern valuation; 

"going concern liabilities" means the present value of the accrued 
benefits of a pension plan determined on the basis of a going con- 
cern valuation; 

"going concern unfunded actuarial liability" means the excess of 
going concern liabilities over going concern assets; 

"going concern valuation" means a valuation of assets and liabilities 
of a pension plan using methods and actuarial assumptions consid- 
ered by the actuary who valued the plan to be in accordance with 
generally acceptable actuarial principles and practices for the valu- 
ation of a continuing pension plan; 

"Ontario assets" means the portion of the market value of the plan 
assets allocated for employment in Ontario under clause 
30 (2) (c); 

"Ontario wind up liability" means the sum of, 

(a) the liability for all benefits that are guaranteed by the Guar- 
antee Fund, 

(b) the liability for benefits to which any member or former 
member is entitled under section 74 of the Act but which 
are not guaranteed by the Guarantee Fund, 

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39 (3) and (4) of the Act where the liability is not already 
included under clause (a) or (b), 

(d) the liability for benefits other than benefits referred to in 
clauses (a), (b) and (c) with respect to employment in 
Ontario that are vested under the terms of the plan prior to 
the application of the provisions respecting termination or 
wind up of the plan, the Act or the regulations, and 

(e) the liability for pension benefits determined in accordance 
with clause 29 (9) (a); 

"past service unfunded actuarial liability" means the amount of 
going concern unfunded actuarial liability that results from the 
provision of benefits with respect to employment prior to the 
effective date of the pension plan or from an amendment to a plan 
that provides benefits for employment prior to the date of the 
amendment where the employment had not previously been recog- 
nized for purposes of the provision of pension benefits; 

"remaining liabilities" means the value of benefits determined as 
required under clause 30 (2) (b); 

"review date" means the last date of the period under review in a 
report required under the Act or regulations; 

"significant shareholder" means an individual who alone or in com- 
bination with a parent, spouse or child, owns or has a benencial 
interest, directly or indirectly, in shares that represent 10 per cent 
or more of the voting rights attached to the shares of the employer 
who contributes to the pension plan; 

"solvency assets" means the sum determined in accordance with sub- 
sections (3) and (4) of, 

(a) the market value of investments held by the pension plan or 
a value related to the market value by means of an averag- 
ing method that stabilizes short-term fluctuations of the 
market values over a period of not more than five years, 
plus any cash balances and accrued or receivable income 
items, 

(b) the present value of any remaining special payments estab- 
lished before the 1st day of January, 1988, 

(c) the present value of any special payments required to liqui- 
date any past service unfunded actuarial liability established 
on or after the 1st day of January, 1988, 

(d) the present value of any special payments required to liqui- 
date any solvency deficiencies existing on the 1st day of Jan- 
uary, 1988 and attributable to the application of subsection 
74 (7)ofthe Act, and 

(e) the present value of any special payments other than those 
referred to in clauses (c) and (d) established on or after the 
1st day of January, 1988 that are scheduled for payment 
within five years after the review date; 

"solvency deficiency" means the excess of the solvency liabilities 
over the solvency assets; 

"solvency gain" means the sum, if positive, of. 



assumptions upon which the current valuation under sec- 
tion 17 is based, 

provided that either of clause (a) or (b) shall be counted as a nega- 
tive in the calculation of the sum where the experience of the plan 
results in a loss rather than a gain or where a change in actuarial 
methods or assumptions results in an increase in solvency liabilities 
or a decrease in the solvency assets, as the case may be; 

"solvency liabilities" means an amount that is not less than the liabil- 
ities of the pension plan determined as if the plan had been wound 
up, not taking into account liabilities for escalated adjustments but 
taking into account the requirements of section 74 of the Act 
(member entitlements on wind up); 

"special allowance" means a bridging benefit that is adjusted accord- 
ing to the income of the former member resulting from employ- 
ment of the former member subsequent to termination; 

"transfer ratio" means the ratio of the market value of investments 
held by the pension plan or a value related to the market value by 
means of an averaging method that stabilizes short-term fluctua- 
tions of market values over a period of not more than five years, 
plus any cash balances and accrued or receivable income items to 
the solvency liabilities determined as of the same date; 

"transfer deficiency" means the amount by which the commuted 
value of a benefit determined in accordance with subsection 19 (1) 
exceeds the transfer value of that benefit determined in accor- 
dance with subsection 19 (2); 

"wind up funded ratio" means the ratio of the Ontario assets to the 
Ontario wind up liability. 

(3) The present values referred to in clauses (b), (c), (d) and (e) 
of the definition of "solvency assets" shall be determined on the 
basis of the assumed interest rate used in determining whether there 
is a solvency deficiency. 

(4) In calculating solvency assets or a transfer ratio, where there 
is no market value for an investment of a pension plan and the 
investment is issued or guaranteed by a government, the book value 
of the investment may be used instead of market value. O. Reg. 

708/87, s. 1. 

Registration and Amendments 

2.— (1) The application fee for registration of a pension plan that 
has members in Ontario or in a designated province is $6 for each of 
those members. 

(2) The application fee for registration of a pension plan adminis- 
tered by the Commission under an agreement with the Government 
of Canada under section 95 of the Act is $6 per member. 

(3) The minimum application fee for registration of a pension 
plan is $200 and the maximum application fee is $12,000. O. Reg. 
651/90, s. 1. 

3.— (1) Where an amendment to a pension-plan reduces or 
increases contributions or creates or changes a going concern 
unfunded actuarial liability, the administrator shall file a report con- 
taining the applicable information required in a report under section 
14. 



(a) the gain to the pension plan during the period since the 
review date of the immediately preceding valuation under 
section 17 resulting from the difference between actual 
experience and the experience expected by the actuarial 
assumptions on which that valuation was based, and 

(b) the amount by which the solvency liabilities decrease or the 
solvency assets increase during the period since the review 
date of the immediately preceding valuation under section 
17 as a result of a change in the actuarial methods or 



(2) The administrator shall file the report required under subsec- 
tion (1) within six months following the date the amendment is 
required to be submitted for registration. 

(3) An administrator who is required by the Superintendent to 
give notice of a proposed amendment under subsection 26 (1) of the 
Act shall certify in writing to the Superintendent, within thirty days 
after the date on which the last of the notices was transmitted, details 
as to the classes of persons who received notice, the date the last 
notice was distributed and that notice was provided as required. 



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(4) The administrator shall file the explanation required to be 
provided under subsection 26 (3) of the Act within six months after 
registration of the amendment. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 3. 

FUNDING OF PENSION PLANS 

Payments— General 

4.— (1) Every pension plan shall set out the obligation of the 
employer or any person required to make contributions on behalf of 
an employer, to contribute both in respect of the normal cost and any 
going concern unfunded actuarial liabilities and solvency deficiencies 
under the plan. 

(2) An employer who is required to make contributions to a pen- 
sion plan or any person who is required to make contributions on 
behalf of an employer to a pension fund shall make payments to the 
pension fund or to the insurance company, as applicable, of amounts 
that are not less than the sum of, 

(a) any contributions received from employees, including 
money withheld from an employee, whether by payroll 
deduction or otherwise, as the employee's contribution to 
the pension plan; 

(b) contributions required to pay the normal cost; and 

(c) special payments determined in accordance with section 5. 

(3) The payments referred to in subsection (2) shall be made by 
the employer or the person who is required to make contributions on 
behalf of the employer within the following time limits: 

1. All sums received by the employer from an employee or 
deducted from an employee's pay as the employee's contri- 
bution to the pension plan, within thirty days following the 
month in which the sum was received or deducted. 

2. Employer contributions in respect of the normal cost for the 
period prior to the 1st day of January, 1988, not later than 
120 days after the end of the fiscal year of the plan. 

3. Employer contributions in respect of the normal cost for 
any period on or after the 1st day of January, 1988, in 
monthly instalments within thirty days after the month for 
which contributions are payable, the amount of such instal- 
ments to be either a fixed dollar amount, a fixed dollar 
amount for each employee or member of the plan or a fixed 
percentage of either that portion of the payroll related to 
members of the pension plan or employee contributions, in 
accordance with such contributions as are certified under 
clauses 13 (1) (a) or 14 (2) (a). 

4. Employer contributions for a special payment required to 
be made with respect to a fiscal year of the plan commenc- 
ing prior to the 1st day of January, 1988, within thirty days 
after the end of the fiscal year. 

5. All special payments determined in accordance with section 
5, other than a payment made under paragraph 4, by equal 
monthly instalments throughout the fiscal year of the plan. 

(4) Where the period covered by a report filed under subsection 
3 (I) or section 13 or 14 has passed and no new report has been filed 
with the Commission under subsection 3(1) or section 14, the 
employer shall continue to make payments in accordance with the 
requirements of the most recent report filed until a new report is 
filed. 

(5) This section does not apply to, 

(a) a multi-employer pension plan established pursuant to a 
collective agreement or a trust agreement; or 

(b) a pension plan that provides defined benefits where the 



obligation of an employer to contribute to the pension fund 
is limited to a fixed amount set out in a collective 
agreement. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 4. 

Special Payments— General 

5.— (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3) and section 7, the spe- 
cial payments to amortize a going concern unfunded actuarial liabil- 
ity or solvency deficiency shall not be less than the sum of, 

(a) any remaining special payments determined in accordance 
with subsection (5) with respect to an initial unfunded liabil- 
ity or experience deficiency within the meaning of Regula- 
tion 746 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 (General) 
as it existed on the 3 1st day of December, 1987; 

(b) the amount required to liquidate by equal instalments, with 
interest at the going concern valuation rate, any other going 
concern unfunded actuarial liability within a period of fif- 
teen years after the date on which the going concern 
unfunded actuarial liability arose; 

(c) the amount required to liquidate by equal instalments, with 
interest at the solvency valuation interest rate, any solvency 
deficiency, other than that part of a solvency deficiency 
referred to in clause (d), within five years after the review 
date of the solvency valuation in which the solvency defi- 
ciency is identified; and 

(d) the amount required to liquidate by equal instalments that 
part of any solvency deficiency that exists on the 1st day of 
January, 1988 that is attributable to the application of sub- 
section 74 (7) of the Act, with interest at the solvency valu- 
ation interest rate, within fifteen years from that date. 

(2) Where a new series of monthly instalments is commenced 
under clause (1) (c), the amounts referred to in clauses (1) (a), (b) 
and (d) with respect to any portion of an amortization period that 
extends beyond the five-year period established for the new series of 
payments under clause (1) (c) shall be reduced or eliminated so that 
the total present value of all special payments, based on the interest 
assumption used in the going concern valuation, is equal to the going 
concern unfunded actuarial liability. 

(3) The minimum special payments referred to in clauses (1) (b), 
(c) and (d) may be determined by reference to a schedule of dollar 
payments determined in accordance with subsection (4), 

(a) as of the date the going concern unfunded actuarial liability 
arose, for payments referred to in clause (1) (b); or 

(b) as of the date of the solvency valuation, for payments 
referred to in clauses (1) (c) and (d). 

(4) The schedule of dollar payments referred to in subsection (3) 
shall be determined as follows: 

1. Each scheduled payment shall be a constant percentage of 
the projected future payroll of members at the date of 
establishment of the schedule. 

2. The present value of the scheduled payments at the date of 
establishment of the schedule shall be equal to the amount 
of the liability being liquidated. 

3. The projected future payroll shall be determined using the 
.same actuarial assumptions as used in the going concern 
valuation where the going concern actuarial unfunded lia- 
bility was determined. 

4. The amortization periods for each series of scheduled pay- 
ments shall be the same as the period referred to in clause 
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(5) The present value of scheduled payments shall be deter- 
mined, 

(a) for payments referred to in clause (1) (b), using the interest 
rate assumed in the going concern valuation; 

(b) for payments referred to in clause (1) (c) or (d) using the 
interest rate assumed in the solvency valuation. 

(6) The minimum remaining special payments referred to in 
clause (1) (a) shall be determined after utilizing any unused actuarial 
gains existing on the 31st day of December, 1987. O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 5. 

Payments— Multi-Employer Plans and Defined 
Benefit/Defined Contribution Plans 

6.— (1) A multi-employer pension plan established pursuant to a 
collective agreement or trust agreement or a pension plan that pro- 
vides defined benefits where the obligation of an employer to con- 
tribute to the pension plan is limited to a fixed amount set out in a 
collective agreement shall include a provision for the funding of pen- 
sion benefits and any other benefits provided under the plan that sets 
out the obligation of an employer or any person required to make 
contributions on behalf of the employer to contribute in respect of 
the plan. 

(2) An employer or any person required to make contributions 
on behalf of an employer with respect to a pension plan referred to in 
subsection (1) shall make payments to the pension fund or the insur- 
ance company, as applicable, that are not less than, 

(a) any contributions received from employees including 
money withheld from an employee, whether by payroll 
deduction or otherwise as the employee's contribution to 
the pension plan; and 

(b) such amounts set out in the applicable collective agreement 
as are required to be paid by the employer or the person 
required to make contributions on behalf of the employer. 

(3) The payments referred to in subsection (2) shall be made 
within the following time limits: 

1. All sums received by the employer from an employee or 
deducted from an employee's pay as the employee's contri- 
bution to the pension plan, within thirty days after the 
month in which the sum was received or deducted. 

2. All amounts, other than those referred to in paragraph 1, 
within the time limit specified by the applicable collective 
agreement but, in any event, within thirty days after the 
month in which the period of employment giving rise to 
such payments occurred. 

(4) In the case of a pension plan referred to in subsection (1), the 
actuary shall, as part of the report required under subsection 3 (1) or 
section 13 or 14, 

(a) perform such tests as will demonstrate the sufficiency of the 
contributions required by the collective agreement or 
agreements to provide for the benefits set out in the plan 
without consideration of any provision for reduction of ben- 
efits set out in the plan; or 

(b) where the contributions are not sufficient to provide the 
benefits under the plan, propose options available to the 
administrator of the plan that will have the result that the 
required contributions will be sufficient to provide the ben- 
efits under the plan. 

(5) Where an actuary proposes options in accordance with clause 
(4) (b). 



(a) submit a copy of the report containing the proposed options 
to the administrator; 

(b) the actuary shall file a copy of the report within thirty days 
after submitting the report to the administrator and within 
the time period referred to in subsection 14 (3); 

(c) the administrator shall take such action as will result in the 
plan meeting the funding requirements of this section 
within ninety days after the date on which the actuary sub- 
mitted the report to the administrator; and 

(d) the administrator shall advise the Commission of the action 
taken in order for the plan to meet the funding require- 
ments of this section within 120 days after the date the actu- 
ary submitted the report to the administrator and shall file 
all documents relevant to the action taken. O. Reg. 
708/87, s. 6. 

Utilization of Actuarial Gain and Solvency Gain 

7.— (1) Where a report with a review date on or after the 1st day 
of January, 1988 discloses, 

(a) an actuarial gain under the plan with respect to a period 
that begins on or after the 1st day of January, 1988; and 

(b) that there is no new solvency deficiency nor any unamor- 
tized balance of any previous solvency deficiency first estab- 
lished on or after the 1st day of January, 1988, 

and where the actuarial gain is to be utilized, the amount of the actu- 
arial gain shall first be applied to reduce the outstanding balance of 
any going concern unfunded actuarial liability. 

(2) The outstanding balance of a going concern unfunded actuar- 
ial liability that is reduced under subsection (1) may be reamortized 
over the same or a shorter period during which special payments are 
required to be made. 

(3) Where a report with a review date on or after the 1st day of 
January, 1988 discloses an actuarial gain and there is either a new 
solvency deficiency or an unamortized balance of a previous solvency 
deficiency, the amount of the actuarial gain shall not be applied to 
reduce any previously scheduled special payments within the remain- 
ing amortization period for any solvency deficiency. 

(4) An actuarial gain referred to in subsection (1) may be applied 
to reduce any employer contributions for normal cost provided that 
there is no going concern unfunded actuarial liability or solvency 
deficiency. 

(5) Where an actuarial gain is not utilized as from the review date 
on which the actuarial gain is reported, any subsequent utilization of 
the actuarial gain is subject to, 

(a) subsection (1), where there is no remaining unamortized 
balance of a solvency deficiency at the time the actuarial 
gain is utilized; or 

(b) subsection (3), where there is any remaining balance of a 
solvency deficiency at the time the actuarial gain is utilized. 

(6) A solvency gain may only be applied to reduce the total of 
any new solvency deficiency and the unamortized balances of any 
previous solvency deficiency. 

(7) Where a solvency gain is applied as set out in subsection (6), 

(a) the remaining solvency deficiency may be reamortized over 
the same or a shorter period during which special payments 
are required to be made; and 

(b) the remaining special payments with respect to any further 
going concern unfunded actuarial liabilities shall be recalcu- 



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lated, taking into account the results of the current going 
concern valuation and the reduced special payments for sol- 
vency deficiencies. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 7. 

8.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), no payment may be made from 
surplus out of a pension plan that is being wound up in whole or in 
part until the 31st day of December, 1991. O. Reg. 650/90, s. 1. 

(2) Payments may be made from surplus out of a pension plan 
that is being wound up in whole or in part, 

(a) to or for the benefit of members, former members and any 
other persons, other than an employer, who are entitled to 
payments under the pension plan on the date of wind up; 

(b) to an employer, with the written agreement of the employer 
and members of the plan, and of such former members and 
other persons entitled to payments under the pension plan 
on the date of wind up as the Commission considers appro- 
priate in the circumstances; 

(c) if the Commission files with the court a consent under sub- 
section 78 (1) of the Act, where a court order authorizes 
the distribution of funds from surplus; or 

(d) if they are payments to which the Commission consented 
before the 8th day of February, 1988. O. Reg. 100/88, 
s. l,pari:0. Reg. 422/88, s. 1. 

9. If an amendment to a pension plan with defined benefits that 
has no going concern unfunded actuarial liability or solvency defi- 
ciency, converts the defined benefits to defined contribution bene- 
fits, the employer may offset the employer's current service costs 
against the amount of surplus, if any, in the pension fund after the 
conversion that is in excess of two years of the employer's current 
service costs. O. Reg. 112/88, s. 1. 

10. — (1) The criteria described in this section must be met before 
the Commission may consent to the payment of money that is surplus 
out of a continuing pension plan to the employer. 

(2) All persons who are entitled to receive benefits under the 
pension plan and all members must consent to the terms upon which 
the surplus is to be paid out of the plan. 

(3) All persons in respect of whom the administrator has pur- 
chased a pension, deferred pension or ancillary benefit, other than 
those persons who requested that the administrator do so, must con- 
sent to the terms upon which the surplus is to be paid out of the pen- 
sion plan. 

(4) The pension plan must provide that a former member's con- 
tributions to the plan and the interest on the contributions shall not 
be used to provide more than 50 per cent of the commuted value of a 
pension or deferred pension in respect of contributory benefits to 
which the member is entitled under the plan on termination of mem- 
bership or employment. 

(5) The pension plan must provide that a former member who is 
entitled to a pension or deferred pension on termination of employ- 
ment or membership is entitled to payment from the pension fund of 
a lump sum payment equal to the amount by which the former mem- 
ber's contributions under the plan and the interest on the contribu- 
tions exceed one-half of the commuted value of the former member's 
pension or deferred pension in respect of the contributory benefits. 

(6) The share, if any, of the surplus allocated to each person, 
other than the employer, must not be provided in the form of a cash 
refund. 

(7) Despite subsection (6), a cash refund of contributions may be 
made in accordance with subsection 63 (7) of the Act. 

(8) If surplus is allocated to a person to increase the person's ben- 



efits, the person must be offered the choice of receiving the surplus 
in the form of inflation adjustments to the existing benefits. 

(9) The inflation adjustments that are provided must be made, 

(a) by indexing the benefits in accordance with a formula based 
upon increases in the annual Consumer Price Index; 

(b) by providing an annual percentage increase in the amount 
of the benefits or an annual increase of a specified dollar 
amount; or 

(c) by a combination of the methods described in clauses (a) 
and (b). 

(10) For the purpose of subsection (9), the employer may select 
the method for providing the inflation adjustments. 

(11) The pension plan must state who is entitled, or must provide 
a mechanism for determining who is entitled, to any surplus in the 
plan after the payment of surplus to which the Commission is being 
asked to consent. 

(12) Subsection (11) applies with respect to applications under 
section 78 of the Act made after the 31st day of October, 1990. 
O. Reg. 412/90, s. \,pan. 

Funding of Escauvted Adjustments 

11.— (1) The estimated future costs of the escalated adjustments 
of a pension plan that provides for escalated adjustments may be 
excluded from the funding requirements set out in sections 4, 5 and 
6. 

(2) The amount of a payment of an escalated adjustment that is 
made from the pension fund, to the extent that it has not been pre- 
funded, shall be deemed to be part of the normal cost. 

(3) For the purposes of a report required by section 13 or 14, fac- 
tors attributable to an escalated adjustment may be excluded in 
determining the existence or amount of any going concern unfunded 
actuarial liability. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 8. 

Reduction of Special Payments 

12. — (1) Where special payments greater than the minimum pay- 
ment required under subsection 5 (1) are made by, 

(a) a special payment made in advance; or 

(b) an additional payment of any kind, 

the amount of special payments for subsequent periods may be 
reduced provided that the outstanding balance of any going concern 
unfunded actuarial liability or solvency deficiency shall at no time be 
greater than it would have been had the special payment required 
under subsection 5 (1) been made, taking into account the effect of 
any application of an actuarial gain or a solvency gain in accordance 
with section 7. 

(2) Where the date of filing a report under subsection 3(1) and 
section 13 or 14 is later than the review date of the report, the 
employer shall pay into the pension fund within sixty days of the fil- 
ing of the report, all monthly amounts that have not yet been paid 
into the pension fund, calculated from the date on which they are 
required to be made to the date of filing the report, plus interest at 
the going concern valuation rate or the solvency valuation rate, as 
applicable. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 9. 

Reports 

13.— (1) Within sixty days after the date of establishment of a 
plan, the administrator shall submit a report on the basis of a going 
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(a) the normal cost, in the first year during which the plan is 
registered and the rule for computing the normal cost in 
subsequent years up to the date of the next report; 

(b) an estimate of the normal cost, in the subsequent years up 
to the date of the next report; 

(c) where applicable, the estimated aggregate employee contri- 
butions to the pension plan during each year up to the date 
of the succeeding report; 

(d) the past service unfunded actuarial liability, if any, under 
the pension plan as at the date on which the plan qualified 
for registration; 

(e) the special payments required to liquidate the past service 
unfunded actuarial liability in accordance with section 5; 

(f) any other going concern unfunded actuarial liability; 

(g) the special payments required to liquidate any going con- 
cern unfunded actuarial liability referred to in clause (f); 



(h) that. 



(i) in the opinion of the person preparing the report, 
there is no solvency deficiency, or 

(ii) there is a solvency deficiency and the special pay- 
ments required to liquidate the solvency deficiency; 

(i) that, 

(i) in the opinion of the person preparing the report 
there is no Guarantee Fund assessment required to 
be paid under section 37, or 

(ii) where there is a Guarantee Fund assessment 
required to be paid under section 37, a calculation of 
the amount, if any, referred to in clause 37 (1) (b); 
and 

(j) where the plan provides for an escalated adjustment, 
whether and to what extent, 

(i) liability for the future cost of the adjustment has 
been included in the determination of any going con- 
cern unfunded actuarial liability, or 

(ii) the cost for the escalated adjustment is included in 
the normal cost. 

(2) The report referred to in subsection (1) shall be certified by a 
person authorized by section 15. 

(3) A report referred to in subsection (1) may certify the ade- 
quacy of the premiums necessary to provide for the payment of all 
benefits under an insured pension plan that is funded by level premi- 
ums extending not beyond the retirement age for each individual 
member, in lieu of the matters required to be certified under that 
subsection. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 10. 

14.— (1) The administrator of a pension plan shall cause the plan 
to be reviewed and a report prepared and certified by a person 
authorized by section 15 not more than three years after the date of 
the establishment of the plan and at intervals of not more than three 
years thereafter. 

(2) The report shall set out, on the basis of a going concern valua- 
tion. 



(b) an estimate of the normal cost in the subsequent years up to 
the date of the next report; 

(c) where applicable, the estimated aggregate employee contri- 
butions to the pension plan during each year up to the date 
of the succeeding report; 

(d) the present value of remaining future special payments 
established in certificates appended to previous reports; 

(e) where the plan provides for an escalated adjustment, 
whether and to what extent, 

(i) liability for the future cost of the adjustment has 
been included in the determination of any going con- 
cern unfunded actuarial liability, or 

(ii) the cost for the escalated adjustment is included in 
the normal cost; 

(f) the actuarial gain or actuarial loss in the pension plan, and, 

(i) where there is an actuarial loss, the special payments 
that will liquidate any increase in a going concern 
unfunded actuarial liability resulting from the loss 
over a term not exceeding fifteen years, and 

(ii) where there is an actuarial gain, any intended appli- 
cation of the gain in accordance with section 7; 

(g) that, 

(i) in the opinion of the person preparing the report, 
there is no solvency deficiency, or 

(ii) where there is a solvency deficiency as of the 1st day 
of January, 1988, the amount of any solvency defi- 
ciency that is attributable to the application of sub- 
section 74 (7) of the Act and the special payments 
required in order to liquidate the solvency deficiency 
over a period not exceeding fifteen years commenc- 
ing with the Istday of January, 1988, 

(iii) except for that part of a solvency deficiency referred 
to in subclause (ii), where there is a solvency defi- 
ciency, the amount of any solvency deficiency and 
the special payments required in order to liquidate 
the solvency deficiency over a term not exceeding 
five years from the date of the earliest solvency valu- 
ation in which the solvency deficiency was deter- 
mined and the resulting adjustment in the schedule 
of other future special payments under the plan, and 

(iv) where there is an unamortized balance of a previous 
solvency deficiency and there is a solvency gain, the 
amount of any solvency gain and any intended appli- 
cation of the gain in accordance with section 7; and 

(h) that, in the opinion of the person preparing the report, 

(i) there is no Guarantee Fund assessment required to 
be paid under section 37, or 

(ii) where there is a Guarantee Fund assessment 
required to be paid, the amount, if any, referred to 
in clause 37 (1) (b). 

(3) The administrator shall file the report within nine months of 
the review date established for the report referred to in subsection 
(1). O. Reg. 708/87, s. 11. 



(a) the normal cost in the next succeeding year and the rule for 
computing the cost in subsequent years up to the date of the 
next report; 



15.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), the reports and certificates 
referred to in subsection 3 (1) and sections 13 and 14 of this Regula- 
tion and section 70 of the Act shall be made by an actuary. 



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(2) Reports and certificates in respect of, 

(a) a pension plan where all pension benefits are defined con- 
tribution benefits; 

(b) a fully insured pension plan, established prior to the 1st day 
of January, 1987 underwritten by a contract or contracts 
with an insurance company and that does not require any 
contributions to be made by employees; or 

(c) a pension plan underwritten by a contract or contracts 
issued under the Government Annuities Act (Canada), 

may be made by an accountant or a person authorized by an insur- 
ance company, a trust corporation or by the Annuities Branch of the 
Department of Labour of the Government of Canada, responsible 
for administering the pension plan or pension fund. O. Reg. 
708/87, s. 12. 

16. The report of an actuary filed under subsection 3(1) and sec- 
tion 13 or 14 of this Regulation and section 70 of the Act shall be pre- 
pared using assumptions that are appropriate for the plan and meth- 
ods consistent with the sound principles established by precedents or 
common usage within the actuarial profession and with the require- 
ments of the Act and this Regulation. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 13. 

Valuation 

17.— (1) To determine the existence of a solvency deficiency for 
the purposes of a report under subsection 3 (1) or section 13 or 14, a 
valuation shall be performed by the person preparing the report to 
determine the solvency liabilities of the plan and the solvency assets 
of the plan. 

(2) In determining the solvency liabilities for a multi-employer 
pension plan established pursuant to one or more collective agree- 
ments or a trust agreement or a pension plan that provides defined 
benefits where the obligation of an employer to contribute to the 
pension fund is limited to a fixed amount set out in a collective agree- 
ment, the solvency liabilities shall be determined on the basis of the 
benefits structure set out in the plan at the date of the valuation with- 
out consideration of any provision for the possible reduction of such 
benefits. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 14. 

Annual Information Return 

18.— (1) Subject to subsection 29 (4), the administrator of a pen- 
sion plan shall file the annual information return required under sec- 
tion 20 of the Act not later than six months after the end of the fiscal 
year of the plan. O. Reg. 700/89, s. 2, pan. 

(2) The filing fee for an annual information return for a pension 
plan that has members in Ontario or in a designated province is $6 
for each of those members. 

(3) The filing fee for an annual information return for a pension 
plan administered by the Commission under an agreement with the 
Government of Canada under section 95 of the Act is $6 per mem- 
ber. 

(4) Subject to subsection (5), the minimum filing fee for an 
annual information return is $200 and the maximum filing fee is 
$12,000. O. Reg. 651/90, s. 2. 

(5) The filing fee for an annual information return delivered to 
the Superintendent more than six months after the end of the fiscal 
year of the pension plan is 120 per cent of the fee otherwise calcu- 
lated under this section. O. Reg. 7(X)/89, s. 2, part. 

Commuted Value and Portability of Pension Benefits 

19.— (1) Except where a pension plan is wound up in whole or in 
part, the commuted value of a pension, deferred pension or ancillary 
benefit shall not be less than the value determined in accordance 
with "Recommendations for the Computation of Minimum Transfer 



Values of Pensions" issued by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries 
and effective the 14th day of November, 1988. O. Reg. 589/89, 
s. 1. 

(2) That portion of the commuted value of a pension, deferred 
pension or ancillary benefit that can be transferred from a pension 
plan as of a given date shall be determined by multiplying the com- 
muted value, as determined in accordance with subsection (1), by the 
lesser of, 

(a) the most recently determined transfer ratio; 

(b) one. 

(3) Subject to subsection (4), where the transfer ratio of a pen- 
sion plan is equal to or greater than one, the administrator may 
transfer the commuted value of a pension, deferred pension or ancil- 
lary benefit in accordance with section 42, 43, 48 or 51 of the Act. 

(4) The administrator of a pension plan who has reason to believe 
that the transfer ratio of the pension plan may have been materially 
reduced since the review date of the most recently filed valuation 
report shall not permit the transfer without the prior approval of the 
Superintendent. 

(5) Where the commuted value of the pension, deferred pension 
or ancillary benefit is calculated on a basis more generous than the 
minimum basis prescribed under subsection (1), the actuary shall 
perform such supplementary calculations as are necessary to enable 
certification that the transfer will not reduce the transfer ratio of the 
plan below one or, where the transfer ratio of the plan prior to the 
transfer was less than one, to a ratio lower than the ratio in existence 
prior to the transfer. 

(6) The administrator may transfer 1(X) per cent of the commuted 
value of a pension, deferred pension or an ancillary benefit from a 
pension plan that has a transfer ratio that is less than one where, 

(a) the administrator of the plan is satisfied that an amount 
equal to the transfer deficiency has been remitted to the 
pension fund; or 

(b) the transfer deficiency for the individual transfer is less than 
5 per cent of the Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings for 
that year and the aggregate of transfer deficiencies for all 
transfers made since the last review date does not exceed 5 
per cent of the assets of the plan at that time. 

(7) Where less than 100 per cent of the commuted value of a pen- 
sion, deferred pension or ancillary benefit is transferred, the balance 
including interest thereon calculated at the rate credited to member 
contributions under section 24 shall be transferred by the administra- 
tor within five years after the date of the initial transfer and any 
transfer subsequent to the initial transfer shall be in accordance with 
subsection (6). 

(8) Subsections (2) to (7) do not apply to any amounts transfer- 
red pursuant to a reciprocal transfer agreement that is filed. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 16 (2-8). 

20. — (1) A member of a pension plan who makes an election 
under section 42 of the Act or a person who is entitled to make an 
election under subsection 51 (5) of the Act shall deliver a completed 
direction to the administrator within sixty days after termination of 
employment or, in the case of a person entitled to make an election 
under section 51 (5) of the Act, within sixty days after receipt of 
notice of termination. 

(2) The administrator shall comply with an election made under 
subsection (1) within sixty days after the receipt of all information 
required by the administrator to comply with the direction. 

(3) The administrator shall not transfer the commuted value of a 
pension or deferred pension except where the transferee agrees to 
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in accordance with thie Act and this Regulation, 
s. 17. 



O. Reg. 708/87, 



21.— (1) For the purposes of clause 42 (1) (b) of the Act, a regis- 
tered retirement savings plan established in accordance with the 
Income Tax Act (Canada) is a prescribed retirement savings arrange- 
ment. 

(2) A contract to establish a registered retirement savings plan 
for purposes of a transfer under section 42 of the Act shall set out 
that, 

(a) no money transferred, including all investment earnings, 
will be withdrawn except, 

(i) prior to maturity, to transfer the money to the pen- 
sion fund of a registered pension plan, 

(ii) prior to maturity, to transfer the money to another 
registered retirement savings plan that meets the 
requirements of this section, or 

(iii) to purchase an immediate or deferred life annuity 
provided by an insurance company under an insur- 
ance contract that meets the requirements of section 
22, provided the annuity does not commence on a 
date earlier than ten years prior to the normal retire- 
ment age under the Canada Pension Plan or the 
Quebec Pension Plan; 

(b) no money transferred, including interest, will be assigned, 
charged, anticipated or given as security except as permit- 
ted by subsection 65 (3) of the Act; 

(c) any transaction purporting to assign, charge, anticipate or 
give as security money transferred, except as permitted by 
subsection 65 (3) of the Act, is void; 

(d) except as permitted in section 49 of the Act, no money 
transferred, including interest, will be commuted or surren- 
dered during the lifetime of the former member; 

(e) any transaction that contravenes clause (d) is void; 

(f) the transferee will not permit any subsequent transfer 
except, 

(i) where the transfer is permitted under the Act and 
the regulations, and 

(ii) the subsequent transferee agrees to administer the 
amount transferred as a pension or deferred pension 
in accordance with this Act and the regulations; 

(g) the transferee will advise in writing any subsequent trans- 
feree that the amount transferred must be administered as a 
pension or deferred pension under the Act and this Regula- 
tion; and 

(h) on the death of the holder of the registered retirement sav- 
ings arrangement, the transferee will administer the money 
in accordance with section 48 of the Act. 

(3) An immediate or deferred life annuity that is purchased with 
funds from a prescribed retirement savings arrangement shall not dif- 
ferentiate on the basis of the sex of the beneficiary where the 
arrangement resulted from the transfer of the commuted value of a 
pension benefit which value was determined in a manner that did not 
differentiate on the basis of sex. 

(4) A retirement savings arrangement that results from the trans- 
fer of the commuted value of a pension benefit shall contain a state- 
ment as to whether the commuted value was determined on a basis 
that differentiated on the basis of sex. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 18. 



22. An insurance contract under which a deferred or immediate 
life annuity will be provided resulting from the transfer of the com- 
muted value of a pension benefit or as the result of a purchase from a 
retirement savings arrangement referred to in section 21 shall set out 
that, 

(a) no money transferred, including interest, will be assigned, 
charged, anticipated or given as security except as permit- 
ted by subsection 65 (3) of the Act; 

(b) any transaction purporting to assign, charge, anticipate or 
give the money transferred as security except as permitted 
by subsection 65 (3) of the Act is void; 

(c) except in the case of the unexpired period of a guaranteed 
annuity where the annuitant is deceased, no benefit pro- 
vided under the annuity will be surrendered or commuted 
during the lifetime of the former member or the former 
member's spouse; 

(d) any transaction that contravenes clause (c) is void; 

(e) where the annuitant has a spouse at the time payments 
commence, the annuity shall be in the form of a joint and 
survivor annuity as required by section 44 of the Act unless 
the annuitant and the spouse of the annuitant provide a 
waiver as set out in section 46 of the Act; 

(f) the amount of the life annuity will be determined on a basis 
that does not take into account the sex of the annuitant, 
except, 

(i) in the case of a contract that is based entirely upon 
an amount or amounts transferred from a defined 
contribution pension plan administered in accor- 
dance with clause 52 (2) (b) of the Act, or 

(ii) in the case of a contract that is purchased with funds 
from a prescribed registered retirement savings 
arrangement, the purchase is in accordance with sub- 
section 21 (3); and 

(g) on the death of the annuitant prior to payment of the annu- 
ity, the insurance company will administer the annuity in 
accordance with section 48 of the Act. O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 19. 

Designated Provinces 

23.— (1) The following provinces and territories of Canada are 
designated as provinces or territories in which there is in force legis- 
lation substantially similar to the Act: 

1 . The Province of Alberta. 

2. The Province of Manitoba. 

3. The Province of Newfoundland. 

4. The Province of Nova Scotia. 

5. The Province of Quebec. 

6. The Province of Saskatchewan. 

7. The Northwest Territories. 

8. The Yukon Territory. 

(2) A pension plan, the plurality of members of which are 
employed in a designated province, may be exempted from registra- 
tion or audit under the Act, where there is an agreement to that 
effect with the designated province. 

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members are employed, only members employed in Ontario or in a 
designated province shall be counted. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 20. 

Interest 

24.— (1) Contributions made by or on behalf of members and for- 
mer members of a pension plan that provide defined contribution 
benefits shall be credited, commencing with the 1st day of January, 
1988, not less frequently than annually with such rate of return as can 
reasonably be attributed to the operation of the pension fund or that 
part of the pension fund to which the contributions are made. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 21 (1); O. Reg. 42.3/88, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Contributions to a pension fund may be credited under sub- 
section (1) with a greater rate of return that is described in the 
subsection. O. Reg. 423/88, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Contributions, other than additional voluntary contributions, 
of members and former members of a pension plan that provide 
defined benefits shall be credited, commencing with the 1st day of 
January, 1988, not less frequently than annually with, 

(a) interest calculated on the basis of the average of the yields 
of five-year personal fixed term chartered bank deposit 
rales as determined from the Canadian Socio-Economic 
Information Management (CANSIM) series B 14045 pub- 
lished monthly in the Bank of Canada Review, over a rea- 
sonably recent period, such that the averaging period does 
not exceed twelve months; or 

(b) such rate of return as can reasonably be attributed to the 
pension fund or that part of the pension fund to which the 
contributions are made. 

(4) Additional voluntary contributions of members and former 
members of a pension plan that provide defined benefits shall be 
credited, commencing with the 1st day of January, 1988, with such 
rate of return as can reasonably be attributed to the operation of the 
pension fund or that part of the pension fund to which contributions 
are made. 

(5) Contributions of members and former members of a pension 
plan that provide both defined benefits and defined contribution 
benefits shall be credited with interest, commencing with the 1st day 
of January, 1988, in accordance with subsection (1), (3) or (4), as the 
case requires. 

(6) Despite subsections (1) to (5), contributions of members and 
former members of a pension plan that provide for pension benefits 
that are guaranteed by an insurance company shall be credited, com- 
mencing with the 1st day of January, 1988, not less frequently than 
annually with interest to be calculated on the basis of the average of 
the yields of five-year personal fixed term chartered bank deposit 
rates as determined from the Canadian Socio-Economic Information 
Management (CANSIM) series B 14045 published monthly in the 
Bank of Canada Review, over a reasonably recent period, such that 
the averaging period does not exceed twelve months. 

(7) Interest shall commence to accrue to contributions made by a 
member on or after the 1st day of January, 1988, no later than the 
first of the month following the month in which the contributions 
were required to be paid into the pension fund. 

(8) As an alternative to subsection (7), the Administrator may 
credit contributions made by a member to a pension plan during a 
fiscal year of the plan with an average rate of interest for that fiscal 
year determined in accordance with subsection (1), (3), (4), (5) or 
(6), as the case requires. 

(9) The rate of interest to be credited to the member's contribu- 
tions during the fiscal year of the plan of a member who ceases to be 
a member, retires or dies during a fiscal year of a pension plan, shall 
be the most recently calculated rate determined in accordance with 
subsection (I), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7) or (8), as the case requires, and 
shall be credited at least to the month of termination. 



(10) An order made by the Superintendent for repayment of 
money under subsection 42 (10) or 43 (5) of the Act or for a return 
of assets under subsection 80 (6) or 81 (6) of the Act shall include 
interest at the "postjudgment interest rate" as defined in section 127 
of the Courts of Justice Act calculated from the date of the transfer to 
which the order relates. 

(11) Subject to subsection (12), the amount owing to a person 
entitled to a lump sum payment from a pension plan or any person 
who makes an election under section 42 of the Act shall be credited 
with interest, at such rate of return as can reasonably be attributed to 
the operation of the pension fund, from the date of termination to 
the month of payment. 

(12) The amount owing to a person who is entitled to a lump sum 
payment or a person who makes an election under section 42 of the 
Act with respect to a pension plan that is wound up in whole or in 
part shall be credited with interest, from the effective date of the 
wind up to the month of payment, at the interest rate used in deter- 
mining the commuted value of the pension benefit in the wind up 
report. 

(13) This section applies to the accumulated contributions made 
by the members or former members as at the 1st day of January, 
1988, and all contributions made by a member or former member 
subsequent to that date. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 21 (2-12). 

Surplus Withdrawal Application— Continuing Plan 

25.— (1) The following information is prescribed for the purposes 
of a notice respecting an application under subsection 78 (2) of the 
Act: 



1. 



The name of the pension plan and its provincial registration 
number. 



2. The review date of the report provided with the application 
and the amount of surplus in the pension plan. 

3. The surplus attributable to employee and employer contri- 
butions. 

4. The amount of surplus withdrawal requested. 

5. A statement that submissions in respect of the application 
may be made in writing to the Commission within thirty 
days after receipt of the notice. 

6. The contractual authority for surplus withdrawals. 

7. Notice that copies of the report and certificates filed with 
the Commission in support of the surplus request are avail- 
able for review at the offices of the employer and informa- 
tion on how copies of the report may be obtained. 

(2) Prior to transmitting the notice required under subsection 
78 (2) of the Act, the employer shall submit a copy of the notice to 
the Superintendent. 

(3) The Superintendent shall advise the employer on the ade- 
quacy of the notice for the purpose of an application under section 78 
of the Act. 

(4) An application by an employer for the consent of the Com- 
mission to a payment from a continuing pension plan under subsec- 
tion 78 (1) of the Act shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the 
notice referred to in subsection (1), a statement that subsection 
78 (2) of the Act has been complied with, details as to the classes of 
persons who received notice and the date the last notice was distrib- 
uted. 

(5) An application referred to in subsection (1) shall be accompa- 
nied by a current report prepared on the basis of a going concern val- 
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with section 26 exists and that there are no special payinents required 
to be made to the pension fund. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 22. 

26.— (1) For purposes of determining surplus in a continuing pen- 
sion plan, 

(a) the value of the assets of the pension plan shall be calcu- 
lated on the basis of the market value of the investments 
held by the pension fund plus any cash balances and 
accrued or receivable items; and 

(b) the value of the liabilities of the pension plan shall be the 
greater of the calculation of, 

(i) the going concern liabilities, or 

(ii) the solvency liabilities. 

(2) For purposes of subclauses 79 (1) (d) (ii) and 79 (1) (e) (ii) 
of the Act, the liabilities of the pension plan shall be calculated as the 
solvency liabilities. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 23. 

27. For the purpose of subsection 79 (8) of the Act, the pre- 
scribed date is the 27th day of July, 1990. O. Reg. 412/90, s. 1, 
part. 

Wind Up Notices 

28.— (1) A notice of proposal to wind up a pension plan required 
under section 68 of the Act shall include, 

(a) the name of the plan and its provincial registration number; 

(b) the proposed date of wind up; 

(c) notice that each member, former member or any other per- 
son entitled to a pension, deferred pension, any other bene- 
fit or a refund will be provided with an individual statement 
setting out entitlements and options under the plan; and 

(d) where a plan provides contributory benefits, notice of the 
member's right to make contributions in respect of the 
period of notice of termination of employment required 
under Part XIV of the Employment Standards Act. 

(2) In addition to entitlements under the plan and any options 
available, a notice provided to each member, former member or any 
other person under section 72 of the Act shall include, 

(a) the name of the pension plan and its provincial registration 
number; 

(b) the member's name and date of birth; , ■' 

(c) the date of plan wind up; 

(d) the date on which the member joined the plan, and, except 
in the case of multi-employer pension plans, the date the 
member was employed by the employer; 

(e) the member's spouse as indicated on the records of the 
administrator; 

(f) the amount of required contributions made to the pension 
fund by a member since the date of the last annual state- 
ment provided under section 27 of the Act; 

(g) the accumulated amount of required contributions made to 
the pension fund by the member, including interest credited 
to such contributions, to the date of plan wind up; 

(h) the amount of additional voluntary contributions made by 
the member to the pension fund since the date of the last 
annual statement provided under section 27 of the Act; 



(i) the accumulated amount of additional voluntary contribu- 
tions made by the member to the pension fund, including 
interest credited to such contributions, to the date of wind 
up; 

(j) any amount transferred since the date of the last annual 
statement provided under section 27 of the Act from 
another pension plan on behalf of the member and the pen- 
sion benefit under the plan attributable to that amount; 

(k) in the case of a plan providing defined contribution bene- 
fits, 

(i) the amount of employer contributions allocated to 
the member since the date of the last annual state- 
ment provided under section 27 of the Act, and 

(ii) the accumulated amount of employer contributions, 
including interest credited to such contributions, 
allocated to the member on the plan records, to the 
date of wind up; 

(I) in the case of a defined benefit plan, 

(i) the member's years of employment for the purpose 
of the calculation of pension benefits including any 
period credited under subsection 74 (5) of the Act, 
and 

(ii) where salary is a factor in determining a pension 
benefit, the salary level utilized for the purpose of 
determining the benefit; 

(m) the rate of interest credited to contributions required to be 
made by the member since the date of the last annual state- 
ment required under section 27 of the Act; 

(n) an explanation of any amendments made to the pension 
plan during the period covered by the statement for which 
an explanation has not previously been provided under sec- 
tion 41; 

(o) the time period in which any option must be exercised; 

(p) if there are insufficient assets to pay all pension benefits, a 
description of any reductions made to the person's benefits; 

(q) if there are surplus assets, a statement of the method of dis- 
tribution and, if applicable, the formula for allocation of 
any surplus among the plan beneficiaries; 

(r) notice where copies of the wind up report are available and 
information on how copies of the report may be obtained; 
and 

(s) notice of the person the recipient of the statement may con- 
tact with respect to any questions arising out of the state- 
ment. 

(3) A recipient of a statement referred to in subsection (2) who is 
entitled to elect an option shall forward the election to the adminis- 
trator within ninety days after receipt of the statement. 

(4) The administrator shall comply with an election made by a 
person on the wind up of a pension plan within thirty days after, 

(a) the receipt of the election; or 

(b) the receipt of notice that the wind up report has been 
approved by the Superintendent, 

whichever is the later. 

(5) A notice required under subsection 78 (2) of the Act for a 
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(a) the name of the pension plan and its provincial registration 
number; 

(b) the review date of the report provided with the application 
and amount of surplus in the pension plan; 

(c) the surplus attributable to employee and employer contri- 
butions; 

(d) the amount of surplus withdrawal requested; 

(e) a statement that submissions may be made in writing to the 
Commission within thirty days of receipt of the notice; 

(f) the contractual authority for surplus reversion; and 

(g) notice that copies of the wind up report filed with the Com- 
mission in support of the surplus request are available for 
review at the offices of the employer and information on 
how copies of the report may be obtained. 

(6) An application by an employer for the consent of the Com- 
mission to a payment from a pension plan that is being wound up 
shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the notice referred to in 
subsection (5), a statement that subsection 78 (2) of the Act has been 
complied with, the date the last notice was distributed and details as 
to the classes of persons who received notice. O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 24. 

Pt-AN Wind Ups— General 

29.— (1) A wind up report required to be filed under subsection 
70 (1) of the Act shall be prepared by a person authorized to prepare 
a report for the plan under section 15. 

(2) For the purpose of the wind up of a pension plan, in whole or 
in part, the minimum commuted value of a pension, deferred pen- 
sion or ancillary benefit shall be the amount required to purchase the 
benefit from an insurance company as of the effective date of the 
wind up. 

(3) The administrator shall file the wind up report within six 
months following the effective date of the wind up of the plan in 
whole or in part. 

(4) In addition to the wind up report required under subsection 
70 (1) of the Act, the administrator of the plan shall file all outstand- 
ing annual information returns required to be filed up to the effective 
date of the wind up of the pension plan within three months after the 
effective date. 

(5) In addition to the wind up report required under subsection 
70 (1) of the Act, the administrator of a pension plan that is wound 
up and that provides a defined benefit shall provide the Superinten- 
dent with such information as the Superintendent requires to deter- 
mine the persons whose pension benefits are guaranteed under sec- 
tion 84 of the Act, the amounts of such guaranteed benefits, the 
amounts to be contributed to the plan under section 75 of the Act 
and such other information as the Superintendent requires. 

(6) Payments of refunds of employee contributions with interest 
to persons not entitled to a pension, deferred pension or ancillary 
benefit are prescribed for purposes of subsection 70 (3) of the Act. 

(7) Subject to the requirements of subsection (8), the administra- 
tor of a pension plan, 

(a) that is terminated; 

(b) that provides defined benefits; and 

(c) with respect to which there has been no declaration by the 
Commission under subsection 83 (2) of the Act, 

may, after the wind up report required under subsection (1) has been 



approved by the Superintendent, pay prior to the completion of any 
additional funding required under section 75 of the Act, 

(d) the accumulated value of any additional voluntary contribu- 
tions; 

(e) the accumulated value of required contributions made by a 
member or former member; and 

(f) the value of any pension, deferred pension or ancillary ben- 
efits accrued as of the effective date of the wind up with 
respect to employment and remuneration until that date in 
accordance with the plan provisions, to the extent that such 
benefits have been funded and after appropriate adjust- 
ments for any payment made in accordance with clause (e). 

(8) Where an employer is required to make payments into a pen- 
sion plan under section 75 of the Act and all pensions and other ben- 
efits being funded under section 75 of the Act would not be guaran- 
teed under section 84 of the Act, 

(a) no funds of the pension plan shall be used to purchase a life 
annuity for any person entitled thereto; and 

(b) where an election is made under clause 42 (1) (a) or (b) of 
the Act, the maximum portion of the commuted value of 
the deferred pension that may be transferred is the amount, 
if any, of the contributions the employee was required to 
make under the plan plus any additional voluntary contri- 
butions made by the employee, 

until a report is filed under section 34 certifying that there is no fur- 
ther amount to be funded or a declaration under subsection 83 (2) of 
the Act is made with respect to the plan. 

(9) Where a pension plan is wound up in whole or in part and the 
assets of the pension plan are not sufficient to pay all pensions, 
deferred pensions or ancillary benefits, 

(a) where the employer is making payments in accordance with 
section 75 of the Act, pension benefits to which a person 
may be entitled but that had not vested under the terms of 
the plan shall be reduced to an amount proportionate to the 
extent that the benefits had been funded; 

(b) in all cases, other than that referred to in clause (a), the 
pension, deferred pension or ancillary benefit to which a 
person would otherwise be entitled shall be reduced to an 
amount proportionate to the extent that the benefits had 
been funded; and 

(c) where the Commission has made a declaration under sec- 
tion 83 of the Act, benefits attributable to the application of 
subsection 74 (7) of the Act shall not be included in the 
determination of a pension, deferred pension or ancillary 
benefit referred to in clause (a) or (b). O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 25. 

Defined Benefit Plan Wind Ups— Insufficient Assets 

30.— (1) This section applies only to pension plans that provide 
defined benefits that are not exempted from the application of the 
Guarantee Fund by section 85 of the Act, where the assets of the 
pension plan are not sufficient to pay all pension benefits and other 
benefits on the wind up of the plan. 

(2) A wind up report for a defined benefit pension plan shall be 
prepared by, 

(a) determining the accumulated value of any additional volun- 
tary contributions and providing for the immediate pay- 
ment of an amount equal to the accumulated value from the 
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(b) determining the remaining liabilities consisting of the com- 
muted value of all benefits under the plan including, 

(i) the accrued benefits for members not yet vested 
under the terms of the plan, and 

(ii) the value of any escalated adjustments which have 
been granted, 

but not including, 

(iii) the value of benefits determined under clause (a), 

(iv) the increased value or amount of any benefit result- 
ing from the application of section 74 of the Act, and 

(v) the value of any escalated adjustment that is related 
to a future change in a general wage or price index; 

(c) apportioning the remaining liabilities in respect of any 
member or former member so that the liabilities are not less 
than the minimum value of any required contributions 
made by the member or former member to the plan; 

(d) allocating the remaining liabilities to, 

(i) employment in Ontario, 

(ii) employment, if any, in a designated province or 
employment for which pension benefits are provided 
in a plan registered under the Pension Benefits Stan- 
dards Act (Canada), and 

(iii) employment other than employment referred to in 
subclause (i) or (ii); 

(e) subject to section 33, allocating the excess of the fair mar- 
ket value of the plan assets over the accumulated value of 
any additional voluntary contributions determined under 
clause (a) in proportion to the remaining liabilities that are 
attributable to the categories of employment set out in 
clause (d); 

(f) dealing with the Ontario assets as set out in clause (k); 

(g) dealing with the portion of the plan assets allocated for the 
provision of benefits resulting from employment in a desig- 
nated province in accordance with the legislation of that 
province; 

(h) dealing with the portion of the plan assets allocated for the 
provision of pension benefits that are provided in a plan 
registered under the Pension Benefits Standards Act 
(Canada) in accordance with that Act; 

(i) dealing with the portion of plan assets allocated for the pro- 
vision of benefits resulting from any other employment on 
an equitable basis as determined by the person preparing 
the wind up report; 

(j) after completing the procedures set out in clauses (a) to (i), 
determining the Ontario wind up liability; and 

(k) where the Ontario assets exceed the Ontario wind up liabil- 
ity, applying the Ontario assets first to provide for such 
Ontario wind up liability and applying the remaining assets 
to provide, on an equitable basis acceptable to the Commis- 
sion, for the benefits that are included in the calculation of 
the basic Ontario liabilities but not included in the calcula- 
tion of the Ontario wind up liability. O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 26. 

31.— (1) The liability required to be funded under section 75 of 
the Act shall be funded by annual special payments commencing at a 



date specified by the Commission and made by the employer to the 
pension fund that are at least equal to the greater of, 

(a) the minimum special payments required for the year in 
which the plan is terminated or wound up, as determined by 
the reports filed under section 3 or 14, multiplied by the 
ratio of the basic Ontario liabilities to the total of the liabili- 
ties determined under clauses 30 (2) (a) and (b); or 

(b) the amount required to fund the employer's liabilities under 
section 75 of the Act in equal payments, payable in 
advance, over not more than five years. 

(2) The special payments referred to in subsection (I) shall con- 
tinue until the liability is funded. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 27. 

32.— (1) Until the employer's liability under section 75 of the Act 
is funded, the administrator of the plan shall annually cause the plan 
to be reviewed and a report to be prepared by a person authorized by 
section 15 and shall file the report within six months after the review 
date of the report. 

(2) A report required under subsection ( 1 ) shall show, 

(a) the gain or the loss in the pension plan since the review date 
of the immediately preceding report as a result of differ- 
ences between the actual experience and the experience 
anticipated by the assumptions made in the previous report; 
and 

(b) the increase or decrease in the remaining special payments 
that will liquidate the gain or loss referred to in clause (a) 
over the remainder of the five-year period commencing 
from the effective date of the wind up. 

(3) Any special payments required as a result of a loss referred to 
in clause (2) (a) shall be included as payments required to be made 
by the employer under section 75 of the Act. 

(4) Where a report made under this section shows that there is no 
further amount to be funded, any surplus may revert to the 
employer, subject to the requirements of section 79 of the Act. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 28. 

33. Where the Commission makes a declaration under subsection 
83 (1) of the Act with respect to a pension plan that has been termi- 
nated or wound up and the employer is in the process of making the 
funding payments required under section 75 of the Act, the wind up 
funded ratio and the liability for benefits guaranteed by the Guaran- 
tee Fund shall be recalculated as of the date referred to in the 
declaration. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 29. 

34.— (1) Where the Commission has made a declaration under 
subsection 83 (1 ) of the Act and, at the time of such declaration, the 
Ontario assets are less than the Ontario wind up liability, the benefits 
to be provided by the plan shall be 100 per cent of the benefits guar- 
anteed by the Guarantee Fund, up to the maximum established by 
section 85 of the Act, plus a proportion of all other benefits included 
in the calculation of the Ontario wind up liability, excluding any lia- 
bilities attributable to the application of subsection 74 (7) of the Act. 

(2) The proportion referred to in subsection (I) shall be equal to 
the wind up funded ratio as of the date referred to in the Commission 
declaration. 

(3) Upon application, the Commission shall allocate from the 
Fund and pay to the administrator of the pension plan sufficient 
money to provide, together with the Ontario assets, for the provision 
of benefits determined under subsection (1). O. Reg. 708/87, s. 30. 

35. — (1) A wind up report in respect of a defined benefit pension 
plan that is wound up in part shall, where the assets allocated to the 
wind up are not sufficient to pay all pension benefits and the benefits 
included in the wind up, be prepared in accordance with the require- 



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ments of section 30 as if the pension plan were being wholly wound 
up. 

(2) The liability required to be funded under section 75 of the Act 
on the winding up in part of a defined benefit pension plan shall be 
the excess, if any, of the Ontario wind up liability over the Ontario 
assets, as determined by the wind up report, that is attributable to 
members and former members or any other person entitled to a ben- 
efit from the pension plan affected by the partial plan wind up. 

(3) The liability determined under subsection (2) shall be funded 
by the employer by annual special payments over a period not 
exceeding five years from the effective date of the partial plan wind 
up. 

(4) The going concern unfunded actuarial liability for members, 
former members or any other person entitled to payment of a benefit 
from the pension plan not affected by the partial plan wind up may 
be recomputed and the amount of special payments being made with 
respect to such liability shall be recalculated on a basis acceptable to 
the Commission. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 31. 

36. The total liability of the Guarantee Fund to guarantee pen- 
sion benefits is limited to the assets of the Guarantee Fund, including 
any loans made to the Guarantee Fund under subsection 82 (4) of 
the Act. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 32. 

37.— (1) An employer who is required to make contributions to a 
defined benefit pension plan shall pay an annual assessment to the 
Guarantee Fund of, 

(a) $1 per member employed in Ontario; and 

(b) two-tenths of 1 per cent of the amount, if positive, by 
which, 

(i) the solvency liabilities respecting employment in 
Ontario, excluding any liabilities attributable to the 
application of subsection 74 (7) of the Act, 

exceeds, 

(ii) the market value of investments held by the pension 
fund plus any cash balances and accrued or receiv- 
able income items, multiplied by the ratio of sol- 
vency liabilities respecting employment in Ontario to 
the solvency liabilities for the pension plan, exclud- 
ing any liabilities attributable to the application of 
section 74 of the Act in both the numerator and 
denominator of the ratio. 

(2) Until a report with a review date that is on or after the 1st day 
of January, 1988 is filed, an employer who is required to make con- 
tributions to a defined benefit pension plan shall pay an annual 
assessment to the Guarantee Fund of $1 per member employed in 
Ontario plus two-tenths of I per cent of the total of experience defi- 
ciencies and initial unfunded liabilities within the meaning of Regula- 
tion 746 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 (General) as it 
existed on the 31st day of December, 1987 and as indicated on the 
last report filed. 

(3) An assessment referred to in subsection (1) or (2) shall be 
delivered to the Superintendent within six months following the end 
of the fiscal year of the plan. 

(4) An assessment that is delivered to the Superintendent later 
than six months after the end of the fiscal year of the pension plan 
shall be an amount equal to 120 per cent of the assessment referred 
to in subsection (1) or (2), as the case may be, plus interest calcu- 
lated from the date the assessment was due at a rate equal to the rate 
of banks listed in Schedule I or II to the Bank Act (Canada) on prime 
business loans as determined from the Canadian Socio-Economic 
Information Management (CANSIM) series B 14020 published 
monthly in the Bank of Canada Review. 



(5) An employer is not required to make a payment to the Guar- 
antee Fund with respect to an assessment due under subsection (1) or 
(2) that is $10 or less. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 33. 

Disclosure of Information 

38. The information referred to in subsection 25 (1) of the Act 
shall be provided, 

(a) to a person who becomes a member of a pension plan on 
the date the plan is established, within sixty days after the 
date the plan is established; 

(b) to an employee who will become eligible to become a mem- 
ber of a pension plan, within sixty days prior to the date on 
which the person will become eligible; and 

(c) to a person who is eligible to become a member of a pen- 
sion plan upon commencing employment, within sixty days 
after the person commences employment. O. Reg. 

708/87, s. 34. 

39.— (1) The administrator shall transmit notice and an explana- 
tion of the amendment required under subsection 26 (3) of the Act, 
within sixty days after registration, to each member, former member 
or other person who is or will be affected by an amendment that is 
registered. 

(2) Where an amendment is registered and the Superintendent 
dispenses with the notice required under subsection 26 (3) of the 
Act, the administrator shall provide notice and an explanation of the 
amendment to members with the next statement required under sec- 
tion 27 of the Act. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 35. 

Annual Statement 

40.— (1) A statement required under section 27 of the Act shall 
contain, as recorded in the records of the administrator, at least, 

(a) the name of the pension plan and its provincial registration 
number; 

(b) the member's name and date of birth; 

(c) the period covered by the statement; 

(d) the date on which the member joined the plan, and, except 
for multi-employer pension plans, the date on which the 
member was employed by the employer; 

(e) the date or dates on which the member became fully vested 
or will become fully vested; 

(f) the member's normal retirement date under the plan; 

(g) where applicable, the earliest date the member will be eligi- 
ble to receive an unreduced pension; 

(h) where applicable, the name of the person recorded as the 
member's spouse; 

(i) any person designated by the member as a beneficiary for 
the purposes of the pre-retirement death benefit under sec- 
tion 48 of the Act; 

(j) a description of any benefits provided on the death of a 
member other than those required under section 44 or 48 of 
the Act and the name of any person designated as a benefi- 
ciary; 

(k) the amount of required contributions, if any, made to the 
pension fund by a member during the period covered by the 
statement; 

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made to the pension fund by the member, including interest 
credited to such contributions, to the end of the period cov- 
ered by the statement; 

(m) the amount of any additional voluntary contributions made 
by the member to the pension fund during the period cov- 
ered by the statement; 

(n) the accumulated amount of any additional voluntary contri- 
butions made by the member to the pension fund, including 
interest credited to such contributions, to the end of the 
period covered by the statement; 

(o) in the case of a plan providing defined contribution bene- 
fits, 

(i) the amount of employer contributions allocated to 
the member during the period covered by the state- 
ment, and 

(ii) the accumulated amount of employer contributions, 
including interest credited to such contributions, 
allocated to the member, to the end of the period 
covered by the statement; 

(p) in the case of a defined benefit plan, 

(i) the member's years of employment for the purpose 
of the calculation of pension benefits, determined as 
of the end of the period covered by the statement, 

(ii) the annual amount of pension benefit payable at nor- 
mal retirement date accrued at the end of the period 
covered by the statement, 

(iii) where salary is a factor in determining a pension 
benefit, the salary level utilized for the purpose of 
determining the benefit, and 

(iv) information as to whether the pension referred to in 
subclause (ii) is reduced by an amount of pension 
payable under the Canada Pension Plan, Quebec 
Pension Plan or Old Age Security Act (Canada); 

(q) where applicable, a statement that special payments are 
being made to liquidate any liability; 

(r) a statement setting out the treatment of any surplus in a 
continuing plan on wind up; 

(s) an explanation of any amendments affecting the member 
made to the pension plan during the period covered by the 
statement for which an explanation has not been provided 
under subsection 41 (l);and 

(t) for multi-employer pension plans and pension plans that 
provide defined benefits where the obligation of an 
employer to contribute to the pension fund is limited to a 
fixed amount set out in a collective agreement, 

(i) a statement that the pension benefits established 
under the pension plan are not guaranteed by the 
Guarantee Fund, and 

(ii) a statement that if, on wind up of the plan, the assets 
of the plan are not sufficient to meet the liabilities of 
the plan, pension benefits may be reduced. 

(2) The administrator shall provide the statement required under 
section 27 of the Act to members within six months after the fiscal 
year end of the plan. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 36. 



28 of the Act to a member of a pension plan who terminates employ- 
ment or ceases to be a member for reasons other than retirement or 
death and who is entitled to a deferred pension shall contain, as 
recorded on the records of the administrator, at least, 

(a) the name of the pension plan and its provincial registration 
number; 

(b) the member's name and date of birth; 

(c) the date on which the member joined the pension plan and 
the years of employment credited under the plan for the 
purpose of calculating the pension benefit; 

(d) the member's normal retirement date under the plan; 

(e) the pension benefits and ancillary benefits to which the 
member is entitled on termination and any options respect- 
ing such benefits, including early, normal and postponed 
dates for commencement of the payment of benefits; 

(f) where applicable, the name of the person recorded as the 
member's spouse; 

(g) any person designated by the member as a beneficiary for 
purposes of the pre-retirement death benefit under section 
48 of the Act; 

(h) benefits provided on the death of a member other than 
those required under section 44 or 48 of the Act and the 
name of any person designated as beneficiary; 

(i) where applicable, the formula by which the deferred pen- 
sion will be integrated with a pension payable under the 
Canada Pension Plan, Quebec Pension Plan or the Old Age 
Security Act (Canada) and the reduction or increase to the 
deferred pension as a result of such entitlement; 

(j) any bridging benefit or special allowance and the date on 
which the benefit ceases to be paid; 

(k) any indexation provisions applicable to the deferred pen- 
sion; 

(I) any benefit payable in the event of the member's death, 
should the death occur prior to the commencement of pay- 
ment of pension benefits; 

(m) any benefit payable in the event of the member's death, 
should the death occur after the commencement of pay- 
ment of pension benefits; 

(n) the transfer value of the deferred pension determined in 
accordance with subsection 19 (2); 

(o) any options with respect to transfers available under section 
42 of the Act and, 

(i) the application of the transfer ratio determined 
under section 19 to the transfer option, and 

(ii) where the transfer ratio is less than one, the amount 
that may be transferred out immediately and the 
manner in which the balance will be paid; 

(p) the time periods in which any option must be exercised; and 

(q) the amount of any refunds to which the member is entitled 
and information on the effect, if any, the member's election 
to receive a refund would have on the member's pension or 
deferred pension. 



41. 



Termination Statement— Deferred 
-(1) A written statement required to be given under section 



(2) The administrator shall provide the written statement 
referred to in subsection (1) within thirty days following the mem- 
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plan or, where notice of termination or cessation is not provided to 
the administrator prior to the event, within thirty days after the 
administrator's receipt of such notice. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 37. 

Termination Statements Refunds 

42.— (1) The administrator shall provide a member of a pension 
plan who terminates employment or ceases to be a member of a pen- 
sion plan for reasons other than retirement or death where the mem- 
ber is not entitled to a pension or deferred pension with a statement 
that contains, as recorded on the records of the administrator, at 
least, 

(a) the name of the plan and its provincial registration number; 

(b) the member's name and date of birth; 

(c) the dales on which the member joined the plan and ceased 
membership in the plan; 

(d) the years of employment credited under the plan for the 
determination of pension benefits; 

(e) the amount of any refund; 

(f) any ancillary benefit to which the member may be entitled; 
and 

(g) any option which the member is entitled to elect and the 
time period in which the option must be exercised. 

(2) The administrator shall provide the statement referred to in 
subsection ( I) within thirty days after the termination of employment 
or cessation of membership in the plan or, where notice of termina- 
tion or cessation is not provided to the administrator prior to the 
event, within thirty days after the administrator's receipt of such 
notice. 

(3) Where no options are available to the member with respect to 
a refund, the administrator shall provide any refund to which the 
member is entitled within sixty days after the member's termination 
of employment. 

(4) Where the member has an option with respect to a refund, 
the administrator shall comply with the election made by the mem- 
ber within sixty days after receipt of a direction from the member. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 38. 

Death/Survivor Benefits Statement 

43.— (1) The administrator shall, within thirty days after receipt of 
a notice of death of a member or a former member who is not receiv- 
ing payments from the pension fund where the death results in the 
spouse, beneficiary or estate of the member or former member 
becoming entitled to a benefit, provide the spouse, beneficiary or 
legal representative with a statement that sets out at least, 

(a) the name of the pension plan and its provincial registration 
number; 

(b) the amount and method of payment of the benefit; 

(c) the amount, if any, payable under subsection 39 (4) of the 
Act; 

(d) where applicable, the basis for indexation of a pension; 

(e) where applicable, the amount of the pension resulting from 
additional voluntary contributions; and 

(f) in the case of a spouse, the options available under section 
48 of the Act. 

(2) For purposes of subsection 48 (1) or (2) of the Act, a spouse 



shall make an election within ninety days after receipt of the notice 
referred to in subsection (1). 

(3) The administrator of the plan shall comply with an election 
under subsection (2) within sixty days after receipt of the direction 
from the spouse. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 39. 

Termination Statement— Retirement 

44. — (1) At least sixty days prior to a member's normal retirement 
date or the date at which a member of a pension plan has indicated 
that he or she intends to retire, the administrator of the plan shall 
advise the member of any options respecting payment of the pension 
available to the member under the pension plan, the Act or the regu- 
lations and the time period in which the options may be exercised. 

(2) An administrator who does not receive adequate advance 
notice of the intended retirement necessary to comply with subsec- 
tion (1) shall provide the information referred to in subsection (1) 
within thirty days following receipt by the administrator of a com- 
pleted application required for commencement of the pension. 

(3) A written statement required under section 28 of the Act shall 
contain, as recorded on the records of the administrator, at least, 

(a) the name of the pension plan and its provincial registration 
number; 

(b) the member's name and date of birth; 

(c) the date on which the member joined the plan and the years 
of employment credited under the plan for purposes of cal- 
culating the pension benefit; 

(d) where applicable, the name of the person recorded as the 
member's spouse; 

(e) the date pension benefits commence payment; 

(f) the amount of the pension to which the member is or will be 
entitled according to the records of the administrator and 
based on elections made by the member; 

(g) any increase or reduction in the pension resulting from 
early or postponed retirement; 

(h) the amount of the pension benefit purchased with addi- 
tional voluntary contributions made by the member; 

(i) the amount of the pension benefit purchased with contribu- 
tions resulting from a transfer made on behalf of the mem- 
ber from another pension fund; 

(j) any integration of the pension entitlement with pensions 
payable under the Canada Pension Plan, Quebec Pension 
Plan or the Old Age Security Act (Canada) and the effect of 
such integration; 

(k) any bridging benefits or special allowances and the date on 
which such ancillary benefits cease to be paid; 

(1) any indexation provisions applicable to the pension or 
deferred pension; 

(m) any benefit payable in the event of the member's death and 
the name of the person designated as the beneficiary of that 
benefit; and 

(n) any other refunds under the plan to which the member is 
entitled. 

(4) The administrator shall provide the statement referred to in 
subsection (3) within thirty days after the member's retirement or, 
where the administrator has not received notification prior to retire- 
ment, within thirty days after the administrator's receipt of a com- 



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pleted application required for commencement of the pension. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 40. 

Information Available on Request 

45.— (1) The following documents or information are prescribed 
for the purpose of sections 29 and 30 of the Act: 

1. The provisions of the current pension plan including any 
amendments to the plan. 

2. Any documents that relate to the pension plan that are 
required to be filed with the Commission under subsection 
9 (2) or 12 (2) of the Act or under the Pension Benefits Act, 
being chapter 373 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1980. 

3. The provisions of any previous pension plan including 
amendments thereto where the current plan is a successor 
to a previous version of the plan. 

4. Any documents that relate to a previous version of the pen- 
sion plan and that are required to be filed under subsections 
9 (2) and 12 (2) of the Act or under the Pension Benefits 
Act, being chapter 373 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 
1980. 

5. The applicable provisions of any document that sets out the 
employer's responsibilities with respect to the pension plan. 

6. A document that delegates the administration of the pen- 
sion plan or pension fund. 

7. Copies of any information returns that are filed in respect 
of the pension plan. 

8. Copies of any financial statement or any report under sec- 
tion 3, 13 or 14 that are filed in respect of the pension plan. 

9. Copies of correspondence in respect of the pension plan 
between the Commission and the administrator within five 
years preceding the date of the request, except personal 
information that relates to a member or former member 
without the consent of that member or former member. 

10. Copies of those parts of an agreement that concern the pur- 
chase or sale of a business or the assets of a business and 
that relate to the pension plan. 

11. Copies of any statement of investment policies and goals 
that are established for the pension fund. 

12. Copies of any financial statement or audited financial state- 
ment for a pension fund that is filed. 

(2) The fee prescribed for a copy of any document referred to in 
subsection (1) that is obtained from the Commission is 50 cents per 
page. 

(3) The minimum fee payable upon a request for a copy of a doc- 
ument under subsection (1) is $5. 

(4) The minimum fee payable upon a request for a certified copy 
of a document under subsection (1) is $10. 

(5) The administrator shall comply with a written request under 
section 29 of the Act within thirty days after receipt of the request. 

(6) A person making a request under section 29 or 30 of the Act 
is entitled to have access to those parts of the pension plan and other 
documents or information that are applicable to the person. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 41. 

Notice to Spouse Under Subsection 51 (5) of the Act 

46. — ( 1 ) An administrator who is provided with a certified copy of 



a domestic contract or court order under subsection 51 (5) of the Act 
shall, where the member named in the contract or order terminates 
employment, notify the person named in the order or contract that 
the member has terminated employment and provide a copy of the 
statement given to the member and advise the person of the options 
available under section 42 of the Act. 

(2) The notification referred to in subsection (1) shall be made 
within thirty days after the administrator receives notification of the 
member's termination of employment. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 42. 

Exemptions 

47.— (1) Pension benefits provided by the following pension plans 
are not guaranteed by the Guarantee Fund and are exempted from 
sections 30 and 37: 

1. The Public Service Pension Fund continued under the 
Public Service Pension Act. 

2. The Teachers' Pension Fund continued under the Teachers' 
Pension Act. 

3. The Corporation of the Borough of Etobicoke Plan. 

4. The Corporation of the Borough of Etobicoke (Town of 
Mimico) Plan. 

5. The Corporation of the Borough of Etobicoke (Town of 
New Toronto) Plan. 

6. The Corporation of the Borough of York Plan. 

7. The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto and Participat- 
ing Employers Plan. 

8. The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto (Board of Com- 
missioners of Police) Plan. 

9. The Corporation of the City of Kitchener Plan. 

10. The Corporation of the City of Ottawa Plan. 

1 1 . The Corporation of the City of Toronto (Civic Employees) 
Plan. 

12. The Corporation of the City of Toronto (Firefighters) Plan. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 43 (\), revised. 

(2) Pension benefits and ancillary benefits attributable to the 
application of subsection 40 (3) or 74 (7) of the Act are not guaran- 
teed by the Guarantee Fund. O. Reg. 101/88, s. 1. 

(3) The following pension plans are exempted from the applica- 
tion of the Act and the regulations: 

1. The Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act. 

2. The benefits plan set out in Regulation 193 of Revised Reg- 
ulations of Ontario, 1980 (ProvincialJudges Benefits). 

3. Pension plans under which annual retirement allowances 
are granted or purportedly granted under section 98 of the 
Municipal Act or section 179 of the Education Act. 

4. A profit-sharing plan that was accepted for registration by 
the Minister of National Revenue for Canada before the 1st 
day of January, 1965 under the Income Tax Act (Canada) 
and that provided at the time of such acceptance that each 
member may take the member's entire interest in the plan 
in a cash sum when the member ceases to be an employee 
whether by retirement or other termination of employment 
and that was exempted from the application of the Pension 
Benefits Act, being chapter 373 of the Revised Statutes of 
Ontario, 1980. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 43 (2). 



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(4) Every employer who maintained a pension plan on the 1st 
day of January, 1988 is exempt from subsection 19 (1) of the Pension 
Benefits Act, 1987 for the period ending on the 31st day of Decem- 
ber, 1991. 

(5) The parties to a collective agreement or arbitration award 
governing a pension plan described in subsection 19 (2) of the 
Pension Benefits Act, 1987 are exempt from that subsection for the 
period ending on the 31st day of December, 1991. O. Reg. 650/90, 
s.2(l). 

(6) The following pension plans are exempted from the applica- 
tion of subsection 22 (1) and section 62 of the Act and paragraphs 2, 
3, 4 and 5 of subsection 4 (3) of this Regulation: 

1. The Public Service Pension Fund continued under the 
Public Service Pension Act. 

2. The Teachers' Pension Fund continued under the Teachers' 
Pension Act. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 43 (3), revised. 

(7) The pension plans referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsec- 
tion (6) are exempted from the application of section 76 with respect 
to the plan fiscal years that end on the 31st day of March in 1989 and 
1990. O. Reg. 160/89, s. 1. 

(8) The Teachers' Pension Fund continued under the Teachers' 
Pension Act is exempt from the application of subsection 38 (1) of 
the Act. O. Reg. 589/89, s. 2, revised. 

(9) Every pension plan that, on the 1st day of January, 1989, did 
not provide for the withdrawal of surplus money while the pension 
plan continues in existence is exempt from subsection 79 (2) of the 
Act for the period beginning on the 1st day of January, 1989 and 
ending on the 31st day of December, 1991. 

(10) Every pension plan that, on the 1st day of January, 1989, did 
not provide for payment of surplus money on the wind up of the pen- 
sion plan is exempt from subsection 79 (4) of the Act for the period 
beginning on the 1st day of January, 1989 and ending on the 31st day 
of December, 1991 . O. Reg. 650/90, s. 2 (2). 

(11) The following pension plans are exempted from the applica- 
tion of section 8 and subsection 22 (6) of the Act: 

1. The National Hockey League Club Pension Plan and Trust. 

2. The National Hockey League Pension Plan and Trust. 
O. Reg. 701/89, s. 1. 

Significant Shareholder Plans 

48. Subsection 14 (1) of the Act does not apply to a member of a 
defined benefit pension plan who is a significant shareholder where 
the employer providing the pension plan and the significant share- 
holder consent in writing to the non-application of section 14 of the 
Act and file the consent. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 44. 

Conflict of Interest— Multi-Employer Pension Plan 

49.— (1) Subsection 22 (4) of the Act does not apply to an admin- 
istrator of a multi-employer pension plan who enters into a transac- 
tion with a trade union, council of trade unions, employer, employ- 
ers' association or an employee benefit trust fund in which a member 
of the board of trustees or committee holds any office or position, 
where the transaction is, 

(a) only for purchase or lease of office space, for legal, 
accounting or other services, materials or equipment neces- 
sary for the administration and operation of the pension 
plan, provided that the compensation paid therefor is rea- 
sonable in the circumstances; and 

(b) permitted under the documents that create and support the 
pension plan or any amendments thereto. 



(2) Subsection 22 (4) of the Act does not apply to an administra- 
tor of a multi-employer pension plan or, where the administrator is a 
pension committee or a board of trustees, to a member of the com- 
mittee or board who enters into a transaction, other than a transac- 
tion referred to in subsection (1), related to the administration of the 
pension plan or pension fund that, 

(a) is in the interest of the members and former members of the 
pension plan; 

(b) is protective of the rights of the members and former mem- 
bers of the pension plan; 

(c) is permitted under the documents that create and support 
the pension plan; 

(d) is disclosed to members and former members of the plan 
prior to entering into the transaction; and 

(e) confers no direct or indirect personal benefit upon the 
administrator or member of the pension committee or 
board of trustees. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 45. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Integration Formula 

SO. For purposes of section 54 of the Act, the reduction of a pen- 
sion or a deferred pension that may be required by a pension plan in 
relation to benefits under the Canada Pension Plan, the Quebec Pen- 
sion Plan or the Old Age Security Act (Canada) shall not exceed, 

(a) if the plan has a Canada Pension Plan or Quebec Pension 
Plan offset, an amount calculated according to the follow- 
ing formula: 



A X 



35 



the amount of pension payable to the person 
under the Canada Pension Plan or Quebec Pen- 
sion Plan calculated as of the date of termina- 
tion of the person's employment or member- 
ship, 

the number of years, not exceeding thirty-five, 
including parts of a year, of employment cred- 
ited to the person under the pension plan; and 



(b) if the plan has, prior to the 1st day of January, 1987, an off- 
set for the Old Age Security Act (Canada), an amount cal- 
culated according to the following formula: 



where A 



where B 



C X 



D 

35 



where C = the amount of pension payable under the Old 
Age Security Act (Canada) calculated as of the 
date of termination of the person's employment 
or membership, 

where D = the number of years, not exceeding thirty-five, 
including parts of a year, of employment cred- 
ited to the person under the pension plan 
before the 1st day of January, 1987. O. Reg. 
708/87, s. 46. 

Reduction of Bridging Benefits 

51.— (1) The amount or value of a bridging benefit that a member 
or former member is receiving or for receipt of which a member or 
former member has satisfied all eligibility requirements shall not be 
reduced only by reason of the eligibility or entitlement of the mem- 
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to attaining the age of 65 years under the Canada Pension Plan, the 
Quebec Pension Plan or the Old Age Security Act (Canada). 

(2) The age at which a bridging benefit shall be deemed to be 
reduced or cease to be paid in a pension plan that provides a bridging 
benefit without reference to a specific age at which the benefit is 
reduced or ceases is sixty-five years of age. 

(3) Subsection (2) does not apply to a pension plan that is 
amended after the 31st day of December, 1986 to establish a specific 
age prior to the attainment of sixty-five years or to provide for the 
occurrence of a specific event for the purpose of determining when a 
bridging benefit shall be reduced or cease to be paid. O. Reg. 
708/87, s. 47. 

Variation of Pension Benefits 

52.— (1) The age at which a variation shall be deemed to occur in 
a pension plan that provides that a pension benefit may be varied as 
the result of retirement benefits payable under the Canada Pension 
Plan or the Quebec Pension Plan where the pension plan does not 
state the specific age at which the variation is to occur is sixty-five 
years of age. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a pension plan that is 
amended after the 3Ist day of December, 1986 to establish a specific 
age or to provide for the occurrence of a specific event for variation 
of the pension benefit prior to the recipient attaining sixty-five years 
of age. 

(3) A pension plan that provides a pension benefit that may be 
varied as a result of a recipient's entitlement to a retirement pension 
under the Canada Pension Plan or the Quebec Pension Plan prior to 
attaining the age of sixty-five years shall take into account the adjust- 
ment made to the retirement pension under the Canada Pension 
Plan or the Quebec Pension Plan. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 48. 

Individual Level Premium Contracts 

53. A deferred pension referred to in sections 36 and 37 of the 
Act provided under a pension plan that is insured by individual level 
premium contracts may, in the case of an individual level premium 
contract issued prior to the qualification date, be equal to the paid up 
annuity under the contract arising from contributions made with 
respect to employment on or after the qualification date if the special 
payments required with respect to the deferred pension under the 
contract have all been paid or will continue to be paid. O. Reg. 
708/87, s. 49. 

Pension Fund Trustee 

54. A pension fund shall be administered only, 

(a) by a government; 

(b) by an insurance company; 

(c) by a trust in Canada governed by a written trust agreement 
under which the trustees are, 

(i) a trust corporation registered under the Loan and 
Trust Corporations Act, 

(ii) three or more individuals, at least three of whom 
reside in Canada and at least one of whom is inde- 
pendent of any employer contributing to the pension 
fund, to the extent the individual is neither a signifi- 
cant shareholder, partner, proprietor, director, offi- 
cer, nor an employee of an employer contributing to 
the fund or an affiliate of the employer, or 

(iii) a corporate pension society (established under the 
Pension Fund Societies Act (Canada)); 

(d) under the Government Annuities Act (Canada); 



(e) by a board, agency, commission or corporation made 
responsible by an Act of the Legislature for the administra- 
tion of the pension fund; or 

(f) by any combination referred to in clauses (a) to (e). 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 50. 

Plan Fiscal Year End 

55.— (1) Unless otherwise stated in the pension plan documents, 
the fiscal year of a pension plan shall be deemed to commence on the 
1st day of January and end on the 31st day of December. 

(2) No fiscal year of a pension plan shall exceed twelve months. 

O. Reg. 708/87, s. 51. 

Accrual During Spousal Relationship 

56. For purposes of subsection 5 1 (2) of the Act, the pension ben- 
efits accrued during the period a member had a spouse shall be deter- 
mined as if the member terminated employment at the valuation 
date in accordance with the terms of the plan at that date and with- 
out consideration of future benefits, salary or changes to the plan but 
with consideration for the possibility of future vesting. O. Reg. 
708/87, s. 52. 

Filing of Reciprocal Transfer Agreements 

57. The administrator of a pension plan shall submit for fihng a 
certified copy of any reciprocal agreement entered into on or after 
the 1st day of January, 1988 within sixty days after the execution of 
the agreement. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 53. 

ADDrriONAL Ancillary Benefits 

58. The following are prescribed as ancillary benefits for purposes 
of section 40 of the Act: 

1. Survivor benefits in excess of those required under subsec- 
tion 44 (3) of the Act. 

2. Any vesting provisions in excess of those required under 
sections 35, 36 and 37 of the Act. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 54. 

Refund of Contributions not Locked In 

59. Subsection 63 (1) of the Act does not apply to a refund to a 
person who is entitled to a pension or deferred pension of contribu- 
tions made to a pension plan that provides, 

(a) in respect of contributions made prior to the 1st day of Jan- 
uary, 1987, vesting prior to the member reaching the age of 
forty-five years and having ten years of employment with 
the employer or ten years of membership in the plan; 

(b) in respect of contributions made on or after the 1st day of 
January, 1987, vesting prior to twenty-four months mem- 
bership in the plan; and 

(c) for the refund of contributions made prior to a vesting 
period referred to in clause (a) or (b). O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 55. 

Notice of Default— Multi-Employer Pension Plan 

60. The period of time prescribed for the purpose of subsection 
56 (3) of the Act is 120 days. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 56. 

Apportionment of Benefits— Final Average or 
Best Average Earnings Plans 

61. For purposes of section 39 of the Act, the portion of the pen- 
sion benefit attributable to employment after the 1st day of January, 
1987 in a pension plan that provides a pension benefit based on a rate 
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ber terminates employment or that is based on an average of the 
rates of remuneration of a plan member over a specified or limited 
time period up to the date the plan member terminates employment 



(a) the pension benefit. 



less. 



(b) the pension benefit calculated in accordance with the terms 
of the plan at the 31st day of December, 1986 using the rate 
of remuneration of the plan member as of the date of termi- 
nation of employment or the average of the rates of remu- 
neration of the plan member over the specified or limited 
time period, as the case may be. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 57. 

Reciprocal Transfer Agreement— 50 Per Cent Rule 

62. Subsection 39 (3) of the Act does not apply to the transfer of 
money or credits from one pension plan to another plan in accor- 
dance with a reciprocal transfer agreement. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 58. 

Offsets from Pre-Retirement Death Benefits 

63.— (1) A pension plan may provide for the reduction of an enti- 
tlement under section 48 of the Act by an amount equal to that part 
of a group life insurance payment payable on the death of the mem- 
ber or former member that can be considered to have been paid by 
employer premiums. 

(2) An entitlement under section 48 of the Act shall not be offset 
by an amount greater than the group life insurance payment times 
the rate of the employer paid cost of the group life insurance policy 
to the total cost of the policy for the relevant class of employees, tak- 
ing into account in both the numerator and the denominator the ratio 
of any experience or other refunds. 

(3) The ratio referred to in subsection (2) shall be averaged over 
a period not exceeding five years. 

(4) The actuarial present value of a reduction to an entitlement 
under section 48 of the Act may not exceed the amount of the pay- 
ment under the group life insurance plan. 

(5) In the case of a pension plan that provides contributory bene- 
fits, the reduction referred to in subsection (1) shall not reduce an 
entitlement under section 48 of the Act to less than the aggregate of 
the required contributions of the member or former member, with 
interest in accordance with section 24. 

(6) A reduction under this section may not be made unless the 
group life insurance contract provides for payment of the insurance 
payment to the spouse of a member or former member, where there 
is a spouse at the date of death or the spouse has waived the insur- 
ance payment. 

(7) Subsection 48 (1 1 ) of the Act does not apply to pension plans 
that provide defined contribution benefits. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 59. 

Survivor Benefits 

64. A bridging benefit need not be taken into account when cal- 
culating, 

(a) the amount of a pension for purposes of subsection 44 (3) 
of the Act; or 

(b) the commuted value of a deferred pension or a pension 
benefit under section 48 of the Act. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 60. 

Pre-Reouisite for Advisory Committee 

65. Prior to the establishment of an advisory committee under 
section 24 of the Act, all members and former members of the plan 
shall be notified that a vote for the establishment of an advisory com- 



mittee will be held and that the members and former members will 
be given the opportunity to participate in the vote. O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 61. 

PART II 
PENSION FUND REQUIREMENTS 

66.-(l) In this Part, 

"affiliate" means a corporation that is an affiliate within the meaning 
of subsection (2); 

"book value" means the acquisition cost of an asset of a pension 
fund, including all direct costs associated with the acquisition, 
prior to any external financing; 

"market value" means the most probable price that would be 
obtained for property in an arm's length sale in an open market 
under conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller each 
acting prudently, knowledgeably and willingly; 

"mutual or pooled fund" means a fund established by a corporation 
that is duly authorized to operate a fund in which money from two 
or more depositors is accepted for investment and where shares 
allocated to each depositor serve to establish the proportionate 
interest at any time of each depositor in the assets of the fund; 

"real estate corporation" means a corporation that limits its activities 
to acquiring, disposing of, holding, maintaining, improving, leas- 
ing or managing real estate or leaseholds, other than resource 
property or leaseholds in resource property; 

"real estate fund" means a mutual or pooled fund or a segregated 
fund the principal object of which is to provide investors with a 
means of investing in a portfolio of real estate or leaseholds; 

"related person" means a related person within the meaning of sub- 
section (3); 

"resource corporation" means a corporation that, 

(a) limits its activities to acquiring, holding, exploring, devel- 
oping, maintaining, improving, managing, operating or dis- 
posing of resource properties, 

(b) makes no investments other than in resource properties, 
property to be used in connection with resource properties 
owned by it, loans secured by resource properties for the 
exploration or development of such properties or invest- 
ments that a pension fund or plan is permitted to make 
under this Part, and 

(c) borrows money substantially for the purpose of earning 
income from resource properties; 

"resource property" means any property that is, 

(a) a right, licence or privilege to explore for, drill for or take 
petroleum, natural gas or related hydrocarbons, 

(b) a right, licence or privilege to, 

(i) store underground petroleum, natural gas or related 
hydrocarbons, or 

(ii) prospect, explore, drill or mine for minerals in a 
mineral resource, 

(c) an oil or gas well or real property the principal value of 
which depends on its petroleum or natural gas content, 
excluding any depreciable property used or to be used in 
connection with the extraction or removal of petroleum or 
natural gas therefrom, 

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mineral resource content, excluding any depreciable prop- 
erty used or to be used in connection with the extraction or 
removal of minerals therefrom, or 

(e) a right to or interest in any property described in clause (a), 
(b),(c)or(d); 

'security" means any document, instrument or writing commonly 
known as a security and includes a share of any class or series of 
shares or a debt obligation of a corporation, a certificate evidenc- 
ing such a share or debt obligation and a warrant; 

'segregated fund" means a fund established by a corporation that is 
duly authorized to operate a fund in which money from one or 
more contributors is accepted for investment and the assets of the 
fund are maintained by the corporation as separate and distinct 
from the general funds of the corporation; 

"traded publicly" means traded on, 

(a) a provincially regulated stock exchange in Canada, or 

(b) any other market on which securities are traded if the prices 
at which they have been traded on that market are regularly 
published in a newspaper or business or financial publica- 
tion of general and regular paid circulation; 

"voting share" means any share of any class of shares of a corpora- 
tion that carries voting rights under all circumstances and any 
share of any class of shares that carries voting rights by reason of 
the occurrence of any contingency that has occurred and is contin- 
uing. 

(2) For the purpose of this Regulation, 

(a) a corporation shall be deemed to be affiliated with another 
corporation if one of them is the subsidiary of the other or 
both are subsidiaries of the same corporation or each of 
them is controlled by the same person; 

(b) the affiliate of every corporation shall be deemed to be 
affiliated with all other corporations with which the corpo- 
ration is affiliated; 

(c) a corporation shall be deemed to be a subsidiary of another 
corporation if, 

(i) it is controlled by, 

(A) that other, 

(B) that other and one or more corporations each 
of which is controlled by that other, 

(C) two or more corporations each of which is 
controlled by that other, or 

(ii) it is a subsidiary within the meaning of sub-subclause 
(i) (A) of a corporation that is that other's subsid- 
iary; 

(d) a corporation shall be deemed to be controlled by a person 
if. 

(i) voting shares of the corporation that carry more than 
50 per cent of the votes for the election of directors 
are held other than by way of security only by or for 
the benefit of the person, and 

(ii) the votes carried by the voting shares referred to in 
subclause (i) are sufficient, if exercised, to elect a 
majority of the board of directors of the corporation; 

(e) a corporation shall be deemed to be the holding corporation 
of all its subsidiaries; and 



(f) a person shall be deemed to own voting shares that are 
owned by another corporation controlled by the person. 

(3) For purposes of this Regulation, a person shall be deemed to 
be related to, 

(a) every corporation that the person controls and every affili- 
ate of every such corporation; 

(b) every partner of the person who has substantial beneficial 
interest in a partnership in which the person has a substan- 
tial beneficial interest; 

(c) every trust or estate in which the person has a substantial 
beneficial interest or as to which the person serves as 
trustee or in a similar capacity to a trustee; 

(d) the spouse and every child of the person; and 

(e) every relative of the person or of his or her spouse who 
resides in the same dwelling as the person. O. Reg. 

708/87, s. 62. 

67. — (1) The administrator of a pension plan shall establish and 
adopt a written statement of investment policies and goals for the 
plan. 

(2) In the establishment and application of the written statement 
of investment policies and goals, the selecting of investments shall be 
made with consideration given to the overall context of the invest- 
ment portfolio without undue risk of loss or impairment and with a 
reasonable expectation of fair return or appreciation given the nature 
of the investment. 

(3) The statement of investment policies and goals referred to in 
subsection (1) shall identify the type of pension plan, the nature of 
the liabilities of the pension plan and shall contain at least guidelines 
that set out, 

(a) the investment portfolio diversification including the aggre- 
gate and individual investment limits; 

(b) the asset mix f)olicy and rate of return expectations; 

(c) the categories and sub-categories of investments and loans 
that may be made; 

(d) the policy to be followed where there is an actual or per- 
ceived conflict of interest on the part of the administrator, a 
member of a pension committee, board of trustees or any 
agency, board or commission acting as the administrator or 
any employee or agent of the administrator; 

(e) minimum disclosure requirements with respect to an actual 
or perceived conflict of interest including the timing of the 
disclosure; 

(f) the lending of cash or securities; 

(g) the retention or delegation of voting rights acquired 
through pension plan investments; and 

(h) the basis for the valuation of investments that are not regu- 
larly traded. 

(4) Subject to subsections (8) and (9), a person engaged in select- 
ing an investment for or making a loan from a pension fund shall not 
select an investment or make a loan except in a category or sub-cate- 
gory of investment or loan that is specifically permitted and for which 
guidelines are established in the statement of investment policies and 
goals. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 63 (1-4). 

(5) The administrator of a pension plan that was established 
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the statement of investment policies and goals on or before the ear- 
lier of, 

(a) the day that is ninety days after the policies and goals are 
adopted; and 

(b) the 1st day of January, 1990. 

(6) Despite subsection (5), the administrator of a pension plan 
governed by a collective agreement or an arbitration award made 
under the Labour Relations Act that was in effect on the 1st day of 
January, 1988 shall file the statement of investment policies and 
goals on or before the earlier of, 

(a) the day that is ninety days after the policies and goals are 
adopted; 

(b) the 1st day of January, 1990, if the collective agreement or 
arbitration award expires on or before that date; and 

(c) the 1st day of January, 1991, if the collective agreement or 
arbitration award expires after the 1st day of January, 1990. 

(7) The administrator of a pension plan that is established on or 
after the Isl day of January, 1988 shall file the statement of invest- 
ment policies and goals within sbtty days after the date on which the 
plan is established. O. Reg. 651/89, s. 3. 

(8) Subject to subsection (9), until the earlier of the date the 
statement of investment policies and goals is filed or the date the 
statement is required to be filed, every pension fund shall be invested 
in accordance with the investment requirements set out in section 17 
of Regulation 746 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 (General) as it existed on the 31st day of December, 1987. 

(9) Every investment that is made by a pension plan on or after 
the 1st day of January, 1988 shall be in conformance with this Regu- 
lation. 

(10) The administrator shall ensure that on and after the 1st day 
of January, 1993, the entire pension fund is invested in accordance 
with this Regulation. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 63 (6-8). 

68.— (1) The statement of investment policies and goals shall be 
reviewed by the administrator at least once each year and confirmed 
or amended. 

(2) All confirmations and amendments to the statement of invest- 
ment policies and goals shall be filed within ninety days of the confir- 
mation or adoption of the amendment. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 64. 

69. — (1) The administrator and any agent of the administrator 
assuming the responsibility for investing and administering the pen- 
sion fund shall adhere to the statement of investment policies and 
goals adopted for the pension plan. 

(2) Subsection 22 (4) of the Act docs not apply to an employee or 
agent of an administrator with respect to an investment or transac- 
tion to which the employee or agent is a party or has a direct or indi- 
rect beneficial interest in the investment or transaction where, 

(a) complete disclosure of the person's interest in the invest- 
ment or transaction has been given to the administrator 
prior to entering into the investment transaction; and 

(b) the investment or transaction complies with the require- 
ments of the statement of investment policies and goals 
adopted for the pension plan. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 65. 

70.— (1) The aggregate amount of a pension fund that may be 
invested in the securities of or loaned to any person, partnership or 
association shall be limited to 10 per cent of the total book value of a 
pension fund's assets at the time the investment or loan is made. 



(2) For the purpose of subsection (1), ' 
person or group of related persons. 



person" includes a related 



(3) Subsection (1) does not apply to investments in deposits with 
a bank, a loan or trust corporation or a credit union or caisse popu- 
laire to the extent that the deposits are fully insured by the Canada 
Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Quebec Deposit Insurance 
Board or the Ontario Share and Deposit Insurance Corporation. 

(4) Where the securities of all of the corporations that are affili- 
ates are not traded publicly, subsection (1) applies as if the affiliated 
corporations were one corporation. 

(5) Where the securities of all of the corporations that are affili- 
ates are traded publicly, subsection (1) applies on an individual basis 
to each of the affiliated corporations. 

(6) Where affiliated corporations include corporations whose 
securities are traded publicly as well as those whose securities are not 
traded publicly, 

(a) subsection (1) applies on an individual basis to each of the 
affiliated corporations whose securities are traded publicly; 
and 

(b) subsection (1) applies to the affiliated corporations whose 
securities are not traded publicly as if the affiliated corpora- 
tions whose securities are not traded publicly were one cor- 
poration. 

(7) This section does not apply to investments in, 

(a) segregated funds or mutual or pooled funds that comply 
with the requirements of this Part; 

(b) the shares of the corporation, 

(i) whose assets are at least 98 per cent cash, invest- 
ments and loans, 

(ii) that does not issue debt obligations, and 

(iii) that obtains at least 98 per cent of its income from 
investments and loans, 

where the corporation is limited in its investments to those 
the pension plan may make under this Part; 

(c) issues, bonds or debentures of or guaranteed by the Gov- 
ernment of Canada or a province or territory of Canada. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 66. 

71.— (1) Investment by a pension fund in real estate or resource 
properties is at the time the investment is made limited to, 

(a) a maximum of 5 per cent of the total book value of the pen- 
sion plan assets directly in any one parcel of real estate or 
resource property; 

(b) a maximum aggregate amount of 15 per cent of the total 
book value of pension plan assets directly in resource prop- 
erties; and 

(c) a maximum aggregate amount of 25 per cent of the total 
book value of pension plan assets directly in real estate and 
resource properties. 

(2) The limits on investment referred to in subsection (1) include 
any investment in a debenture where the collateral is more than 50 
per cent secured by real estate or any indirect investment by a pen- 
sion plan through a real estate fund or through a real estate or 
resource corporation that is not traded publicly. 

(3) Where real property is subdivided or acquired for consolida- 
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property remains the same, the real property shall be treated as one 
parcel for the purposes of the investment limits set out in this 
section. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 67. 

72.— (1) A pension fund shall not own more than 30 per cent of 
the voting shares of any corporation. 

(2) The 30 per cent limit referred to in subsection (1) does not 
apply to a corporation incorporated for the purpose of and that limits 
its activities to allowing a pension fund to avail itself of either, 

(a) expertise not otherwise available to the fund; or 

(b) an investment opportunity in real estate, resource property 
or venture capital. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 68. 

73. — (1) Except as permitted by section 75, the assets of a pension 
plan shall not be loaned to or, except where securities are traded 
publicly, invested in the securities of, 

(a) the administrator or any person on a pension committee, 
board of trustees or any agency, board or commission act- 
ing as the administrator of the pension plan; 

(b) an officer or employee of an administrator of the pension 
plan; 

(c) a person responsible for holding or investing the pension 
fund or any officer or employee of that person; 

(d) a trade union representing members of the pension plan or 
an officer or employee of that trade union; 

(e) an employer, other than a government, who contributes to 
the plan, an employee of the employer and, where the 
employer is a corporation, an officer or director of the 
employer; 

(f) the spouse or child of any person referred to in clauses (a) 
to(e); 

(g) where the employer is a corporation, 

(i) any person who directly or indirectly holds more 
than 10 per cent of the voting shares carrying more 
than 10 per cent of the voting rights attached to all 
voting securities of the corporation or the spouse or 
child of that person, 

(ii) any person who directly or indirectly together with a 
spouse or child holds more than 10 per cent of the 
voting shares carrying more than 10 per cent of the 
voting rights attached to all voting securities of the 
corporation; 

(h) a corporation that is an affiliate of the employer; or 

(i) a corporation wholly owned or controlled either directly or 
indirectly by a person referred to in clauses (a) to (g). 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the funds of a pension plan may be 
loaned to an employee of the employer or the spouse or child of an 
employee on the security of a mortgage on residential property of the 
employee or spouse or child of the employee where the mortgage is 
guaranteed or insured by or through an agency of the Government of 
Canada or a province or territory of Canada, or insured by a policy 
of mortgage insurance issued by an insurance company licensed or 
registered under the Insurance Act or Canadian and British Insurance 
Companies Act (Canada) or the Foreign Insurance Companies Act 
(Canada) or similar legislation of any province or territory of 
Canada. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 69. 

74.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), the funds of a pension plan 
shall not be loaned on the security of a mortgage or hypothec on real 
estate or leaseholds where the amount paid for the mortgage or 



hypothec together with the amount of indebtedness under any mort- 
gage or hypothec on the real estate or leasehold ranking equally with 
or superior to the loan exceeds 75 per cent of the market value of the 
real estate or interest therein at the time the advances were 
approved. 

(2) A loan may be made that is in excess of the 75 per cent of the 
market value referred to in subsection (1) where the amount of the 
loan that is in excess of 75 per cent of the market value is guaranteed 
or insured by or through an agency of the Government of Canada or 
a province or territory of Canada or insured by a policy of mortgage 
insurance issued by an insurance company licensed or registered 
under the Insurance Act or Canadian and British Insurance Compa- 
nies Act (Canada) or the Foreign Insurance Companies Act (Canada) 
or similar legislation of any province or territory of Canada. 

(3) The administrator may accept as payment or part payment a 
mortgage or hypothec or advance funds secured by a mortgage or 
hypothec that would otherwise contravene this section in order to, 

(a) dispose of a real estate owned by the pension fund; or 

(b) protect an existing investment of the pension fund. 

(4) The funds of a pension plan shall not be invested in second or 
subsequent mortgages when the sum of the proposed and superior 
ranking mortgages exceeds the mortgage investment limits specified 
in either subsection 70 (1) or the statement of investment policies 
and goals. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 70. 

75. Subsection 22 (4) of the Act does not apply to investment in 
real estate that is occupied or that is to be developed by an employer 
or administrator where, 

(a) the conflict-of-interest policy established in the statement of 
investment policies and goals; and 

(b) all other investment requirements in this Part, 

are complied with. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 71. 

76.— (1) The administrator shall file with the Commission finan- 
cial statements for the pension fund or plan as at the plan's fiscal year 
end. 

(2) If, at the fiscal year end of a pension plan, the plan has fifty 
members or more or $1,000,000 or more in assets calculated at mar- 
ket value, the administrator shall file an auditor's report respecting 
the financial statements. 

(3) The auditor's report referred to in subsection (2) shall be pre- 
pared by an accountant. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 72 (1-3). 

(4) The financial statements and the auditor's report shall be filed 
within six months after each fiscal year end of the plan occurring on 
or after the 31st day of December, 1988. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 72 (4); 
O. Reg. 424/88, s. 1. 

(5) The financial statements shall be comprised of a statement of 
net assets and a statement of changes in net assets and shall be pre- 
pared on the accrual basis of accounting. 

(6) The financial statements shall be prepared in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles. 

(7) The auditor's report referred to in subsection (2) shall be pre- 
pared in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. 

(8) Subject to the requirements of this section, the financial state- 
ments and the auditor's report shall be prepared in accordance with 
the principles and standards set out in the Handbook of the Cana- 
dian Institute of Chartered Accountants. 

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(a) the name of the pension plan for which the statements have 
been prepared; 

(b) the registration number of the pension plan in Ontario; and 

(c) the fiscal period for which the financial statements have 
been prepared. 

(10) The statement of net assets referred to in subsection (5) shall 
disclose at least, 

(a) the market value and book value of each category of invest- 
ments referred to in subsection (11) at the beginning and 
end of the period to which the statement refers; 

(b) income accrued and not yet received; 

(c) payments due and payable by, 

(i) the employer or employers, and 
(ii) members; and 

(d) amounts payable, indicating by whom the amounts are pay- 
able and their nature and amount. 

(11) For the purposes of clause (10) (a), when book values are 
not maintained in the records of the plan, the carrying value in the 
records of the plan shall be shown in lieu thereof. 

(12) For the purposes of clause (10) (a), investments shall be 
itemized according to the following categories: 

1. Insured contracts. 

2. Mutual or pooled funds or segregated funds. 

3. Demand deposits and cash on hand. 

4. Short-term notes and treasury bills. 

5. Term deposits and guaranteed investment certificates. 

6. Mortgage loans. 

7. Real estate. 

8. Real estate debentures. 

9. Resource properties. 

10. Venture capital. 

11. Corporations referred to in subsection 72 (2). 

12. Employer issued securities. 

13. Canadian stocks other than investments referred to in para- 
graphs 1 to 12. 

14. Non-Canadian stocks other than investments referred to in 
paragraphs 1 to 12. 

15. Canadian bonds and debentures other than investments 
referred to in paragraphs 1 to 12. 

16. Non-Canadian bonds and debentures other than invest- 
ments referred to in paragraphs 1 to 12. 

17. Investments other than investments referred to in para- 
graphs 1 to 16. 

(13) The financial statements shall disclose. 



(a) related party transactions as recommended in the Hand- 
book of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants; 

(b) for individual investments where either the book value or 
the market value exceeds 1 per cent of the book value or 
market value of the pension fund, information with respect 
to each category of investments reported under clause 
(10) (a) that sets out, 

(i) for insured contracts, the insurance company name 
and type of contract, 

(ii) for mutual or pooled funds or segregated funds, the 
name of the operator of each fund, the nailîe of each 
fund, the primary category of investments held in 
each fund and the market value of the investment in 
each fund, 

(iii) for term deposits and guaranteed investment certifi- 
cates, the name of the entity where the funds are on 
deposit and the aggregate market value or book or 
carrying value of the investments with each entity, 

(iv) for real estate, the date of the last valuation of each 
parcel of real estate and the market value and book 
or carrying value of each parcel, 

(v) for resource properties, the date of the last valuation 
of each parcel of resource property and the market 
value and book or carrying value of each parcel, 

(vi) for real estate, resource property, venture capital or 
other special purpose corporation, the name and 
purpose of each corporation, percentage ownership 
and the market value of each investment, 

(vii) for employer issued securities, including stocks and 
bonds, whether or not they are traded publicly, 

(viii) for investments other than those referred to in sub- 
clauses (i) to (vii), the type of investment; and 

(c) the extent to which the assets of the pension fund are sub- 
ject to options and future contracts. 

(14) The statement of changes in net assets referred to in subsec- 
tion (5) shall include a reconciliation between the market value of 
total investments at the beginning and end of the period and shall 
disclose at least, 

(a) unrealized gains or losses on total investments; 

(b) realized gains or losses on total investments; 

(c) investment income by category of investments; 

(d) revenue items in addition to those items referred to in 
clauses (a), (b) and (c), setting out the nature and amount 
of the item; 

(e) contributions from employers indicating the contributions 
for normal costs and special payments; 

(f) contributions from members; 

(g) audit costs, including fees and expenses; 

(h) administration fees, including amounts paid to and on 
behalf of the administrator; 

(i) professional fees, other than auditor's fees or administra- 
tor's fees; 

(j) administrative expenses other than those referred to in 
clauses (g), (h) and (i); 



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(k) benefit payments; and 
(I) refunds and transfers, indicating their nature and amounts. 

(15) The auditor shall report to the administrator immediately 
when, in the course of reporting on the financial statements, he or 
she becomes aware that there are circumstances that indicate that 
there has or may have been a contravention of this Part. 

(16) The auditor shall report to the Superintendent any matter 
reported under subsection (15) that in the opinion of the auditor is 
significant and has not been corrected within thirty days after the 
date that the matter was first reported to the administrator. 

(17) A financial statement submitted for filing shall be approved 
by the administrator and the approval shall be evidenced by the man- 
ual or facsimile signature of, 

(a) the administrator; 

(b) where the administrator is a pension committee, board of 
trustees or a board, agency or commission acting as the 
administrator, two members duly authorized to signify the 
approval; or 

(c) where the administrator is an insurance company, an officer 
of the company duly authorized to sign on behalf of the 
insurance company. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 72 (5-17). 

77. The administrator of a pension plan may lend the investments 
of the pension fund where, 

(a) the lending is permitted in the statement of investment poli- 
cies and goals referred to in section 67; and 

(b) the loans are secured by cash or readily marketable invest- 
ments having a market value of at least 105 per cent of the 
loan and maintained no less frequently than weekly to 
ensure a market value of the collateral of at least 105 per 
cent of the outstanding market value of loaned assets. 
O. Reg. 708/87, s. 73. 



78. The administrator of a pension plan shall not borrow on 
behalf of the pension fund except where the borrowing is necessary 
to cover a short term contingency and the borrowing is for a period 
that does not exceed ninety days. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 74. 

79. All investments and loans of a pension fund shall be held in 
the name of, or for the account of, the fund. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 75. 

80. This Part does not apply to fully-insured contracts and deposit 
administration general funds contracts that are regulated by the 
Insurance Act or Canadian and British Insurance Companies Act 
(Canada) or similar legislation of any province or territory of 
Canada. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 76. 

81. Unless otherwise permitted by this Regulation, a pension 
plan shall not directly or indirectly pledge, mortgage or hypothecate 
the assets of the pension fund. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 77. 

82. Where a pension fund owns investments of a corporation and 
as a result of arrangement for the reorganization or liquidation of the 
corporation or for the amalgamation of the corporation with another 
corporation, the investments are to be exchanged for bonds, deben- 
tures or other evidences of indebtedness or shares that result in the 
limitations set out in this Part being exceeded, the pension fund may 
accept and hold such bonds, debentures or other evidences of indebt- 
edness or shares. O. Reg. 708/87, s. 78. 

PART III 
FORMS 

83.— (1) An application for registration of a pension plan shall be 
in Form 1. 

(2) An annual information return referred to in subsection 20 (1) 
of the Act shall be in Form 2. 

(3) A spousal waiver of joint and survivor benefits referred to in 
subsection 46 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 3. 

(4) A spousal waiver of pre-retirement death benefits referred to 
in subsection 48 ( 14) of the Act shall be in Form 4. O. Reg. 708/87, 
s. 79. 



Form 1 

Pension Benefits Act 
APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF A PENSION PLAN 
Information Concerning the Administrator 

1. The name of the administrator is: ,.— • 

(Note: If the administrator is a corporation, pension committee or board, give the name of the corporation, committee or board.) 

2. The mailing address and postal code of the administrator is: 



3. The telephone number of the administrator is: 



4. Indicate whether the plan administrator is, (Check one) 

(a) D an employer or employers shown in paragraph 7; 

(b) n a pension committee; 

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(d) D a board of trustees; 

(e) Da board, agency or commission made responsible by an act of the legislature for the administration of the pension plan. 

5. If the administrator is a pension committee, board, agency or commission, attach to this Form the name, mailing address and postal code 
of each member. 

6. If the administrator is a pension committee, indicate the number of members who are representatives of, 

(a) the employer or employers or any other person required to make contributions under the pension plan on behalf of an 
employer 

(b) members of the pension plan 

(c) TOTAL 

Information Concerning the Employer 

7. The name of the employer is: 

(Note: If the employer is a corporation, give the name of the corporation.) 

8. The mailing address and postal code of the employer is: 



9. The telephone number of the employer is: 

10. Are there any other employers, including subsidiary or affiliated companies, with employees participating in the plan? 

D Yes n No 

If yes, attach to this Form the name, mailing address and postal code of each other employer. 

1 1 . Is/are the employer(s), (Check the most appropriate box) 

(a) D a sole proprietorship; 

(b) n a partnership; 

(c) n a registered association; 

(d) n a corporation; 

(e) n a municipal government or agency; 

(f) Da provincial government or agency; 

(g) D a federal government or agency; 

(h) n other (specify) 

12. What is the main activity of the employer? 

13. What is the nature of the employer(s) business? 

(a) included employment 

(b) other than included employment 

Note: Included employment is employment in connection with the operation of any work, undertaking or business that is within the 
authority of Federal legislation. 

Employment in the following types of business/activities falls into the category of included employment: 

1 . Air, water, railway transport. 

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2. Interprovincial trucking. 

3. Radio, television and telegraph transmission. 

4. Employment in the Northwest Territories and/or Yukon Territory. 

5. Banks listed in Schedule I or 11 to the Bank Act (Canada). 

6. Atomic energy. 

7. Flour, feed or seed mills. 

8. Grain elevators. 
Information Concerning the Pension Plan 

14. What is the name of the pension plan? 

15. What is the effective date for the plan? 



(day, month, year) 



16. What is the date of the plan year-end? 



(day, month) 

17. Is the pension plan a creation of, or supported by, a collective agreement? 

n Yes n No 

If yes, attach a copy of the collective agreement to the end of this Form. 

18. Are there any other pension plans already set up by the employer(s) as identified in paragraph 7 or by an affiliated or subsidiary company? 

n Yes n No 

If yes, attach a list to the end of this Form of, 

(a) the name(s) of the plan(s); 

(b) the name(s) of the employer(s) for each plan if different from that identified in paragraph 7; 

(c) the certificate of registration number(s) for each plan; 

(d) the name of the government with which each plan is registered; and 

(e) the number of Ontario members in each plan. 

19. Have the members covered by this new plan participated in the past in any other pension plan of your company, including a predecessor, 
subsidiary or affiliated company? 

D Yes D No 

If yes, state the name of the previous plan(s), the provincial registration number(s) and explain the current status of the plan(s): 



Funding Information 
20. Are the benefits provided for in the plan totally insured or guaranteed by an insurance company? 

D Yes D No 

If yes, state the name, mailing address and postal code of the insurance company: 



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If no, a fund must be set up. State the name of the fund and the name, mailing address and postal code of the custodian of the fund's 
assets: 



Fund name: 

Custodian Name: 
Mailing Address: 



21. State the name, mailing address and postal code of the investment counsel, if any: 



22. State the name, mailing address and postal code of the actuarial consulting firm, if any: 



Plan Membership and Registration Fees 

23. Enter below the number of members, excluding former members, and the location of their employment as of the effective date of the 
plan: 



Location of Employment 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Ontario 








Newfoundland 








Prince Edward Island 








Nova Scotia 








New Brunswick 








Quebec 








Manitoba 








Saskatchewan 








Alberta 








British Columbia 








Yukon Territory 








Northwest Territories 








Outside Canada 








TOTALS 






* 



•Note: This total must equal the total number of members as of the effective date of the plan. 

24. Complete the Schedule provided by the Superintendent to calculate the required registration fee and enter the amount payable: $ . 
Documents to be Attached 

25. This application for registration form must be accompanied by, 

(a) certified copies of the documents that create and support the pension plan; 

(b) certified copies of the documents that create and support the pension fund; 

(c) a certified copy of any reciprocal transfer agreement related to the pension plan; 

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(d) a certified copy of the explanations and other information provided to members and persons eligible to become members as required 
under section 25 (1) of the Act (Information provided by administrator). 

26. Indicate below whether the applicable documents and information are attached or are not applicable (N/A): 

Certified copy of the text of the plan and of the amendments, if any. 

Certified copy of the collective agreement if the plan was set up in accordance with a labour agreement. 

Certified copy of the trust agreement(s). 

Certified copy of the deposit contract(s) with an insurance company. 

Certified copy of the group annuity contract(s). 

Certified copy of the explanatory statement to members and persons eligible to become members (section 25 (1) of the 

Act). 



Certified copy of the statement of investment policies and goals. 

A list of the names and addresses of each member of the pension committee, board, agency or commission as per para- 
graph 5. 

A list of the other pension plans already set up by the employer as per paragraph 18. 

A list of the names and addresses of each employer participating in this plan as per paragraph 1 0. 

A list of names and certificate of registration numbers for all previous pension plans of the employer(s) as per paragraph 

19. 

Other (specify) 

Application Fee Enclosed. Computed in accordance with the Schedule provided by the Superintendent, payable to the 

Treasurer of Ontario. 

Declaration 

I hereby make application for registration of the pension plan identified in this Form under the Pension Benefits Act and any other pension bene- 
fits legislation to which this pension plan is subject. 

I declare that I have the authority to submit this application and that the information entered on this Form and the documents attached to it are, 
to the best of my knowledge and belief, true and correct. 



(signature) 
(company name) 



(name in block letters) 



(title or position) 



(date) 
(telephone number) 



(mailing address) 

O. Reg. 708/87, Form 1. 
Form 2 
Pension Benefits Act 
ANNUAL INFORMATION RETURN 
Identification 

Note: Do not make any changes to the information printed in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 except as provided in paragraphs 4 and 5. 
1. The name of the administrator, mailing address and postal code: 



2. Name of pension plan: 



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3. Provincial registration number: 

Changes to Identification 

4. If paragraph 1 is incorrect, indicate the correct name of administrator, mailing address and postal code: 



5. If paragraph 2 is incorrect, indicate the correct name of pension plan (refer to plan documents if applicable): 

Additional Identification 

6. Telephone number of administrator: 

7. Full name of employer or plan sponsor (if a company, indicate company name): 

8. Mailing address and postal code of employer or plan sponsor: 

9. Telephone number of employer or plan sponsor: 



10. Is the administrator of the pension plan a pension committee, board of trustees or a board, agency or commission made responsible by an 
act of the legislature? 

D Yes n No 

If yes, attach to this Form a list of the names, mailing addresses and postal codes of the persons on the committee, board, agency or com- 
mission. 

Date 

11. Review period from to 

(day, month, year) 

(year end) 

(day, month, year) 

12. Has the pension plan year end as indicated in paragraph 1 1 changed? 

n Yes n No 

If yes, what is the new year end 

(day, month) 

13. Has an amendment which reflects the change to the plan year end been registered with the Pension Commission? 

n Yes D No 

If no, attach copy of amendment to this Form. 
Membership 

14. Number of members at the end of the previous year (exclude former members) • 

Add new entrants (employees who joined the plan during the current year) + 

Subtotal (A) = 

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Subtract exits (employees who ceased to be members during the current year) due to: 



retirement (including normal, early, postponed, special or disability retirement) 



death 



layoffs and plant/company closings 



other terminations of membership in plan 

Subtotal (B) 

Numberof members at the plan's current year end TOTAL (A) - (B) 

*Note: This total must agree with figure reported on prior year's annual information return. 

Plan Membership and Fees 

15. Enter below the number of members, excluding former members, and the location of their employment. 



Location of Employment 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Ontario 








Newfoundland 








Prince Edward Island 








Nova Scotia 








New Brunswick 








Quebec 








Manitoba 








Saskatchewan 








Alberta 








British Columbia 








Yukon Territory 








Northwest Territories 








Outside Canada 








TOTALS 






* 



'Note: This total must equal the total number of members at the plan's current year end as reported in paragraph 14. 



16. Calculate the required filing fee in accordance with the Schedule provided by the Superintendent (Schedule B) and 
enter the amount payable 



17. Is this pension plan a defined benefit plan? 

D Yes 



n No 



If yes, provide the information as required by the Schedule provided by the Superintendent (Schedule A) and enter 
the amount payable 

Current Service Contributions 

18. Note: Amounts reported are, 

(a) to exclude special payments which are to be reported in paragraph 21; 

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(b) to include the current service contributions to the fund by all members and all employers in the plan; and 

(c) to pertain to the plan year under review paid either within that year or after the end of the year but within the period permitted by the 
applicable legislation. 

19. Member current service contributions actually paid to fund $ 

Plus member additional voluntary contributions, including contributions for past service + 

Total member contributions actually paid into pension fund = $ 

20. Required employer current service contributions $ 

LESS: any application of fund surplus - 

Other credits (explain below) - 

Total employer contributions actually paid into fund = $ 

Explanation for other credits; 

Special Payments 

21 . Note: Report the amounts of special payments paid into the pension fund for the year under review to liquidate unfunded liabilities, expe- 
rience deficiencies and solvency deficiencies. 

Employer payments for unfunded liabilities $ 

Employer payments for experience deficiencies + 

Employer payments for solvency deficienciss + 

Total = $ 

Total Payments 

22. Were the payments reported in paragraphs 18 to 21 determined in accordance with the formulae given in the last actuarial certificate or 
actuarial report filed with the Pension Commission? 

D Yes □ No 

Effective date of actuarial report 

(day, month, year) 

If no, explain: 

Changes in the List of Participating Employers 

23. Have there been any changes to the list of employers participating in this pension plan since the last annual information return (or since 
the application for registration, if this is the first annual information return)? 

D Yes n No 

If yes, attach a list of the changes to the end of this Form, indicating whether they are additions or deletions. 

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If yes and if the changes require an amendment to the plan documents, has such an amendment been registered with the Pension Commis- 
sion? 

D Yes n No 

If no, attach a copy of amendment to this Form. 

Amendments to Pension Plan 

24. Were any amendments other than those indicated in paragraph 13 (plan year end) and 23 (list of participating employers) made to this 
pension plan or fund during the review period? 

n Yes D No 

If yes, have the amendments been registered with the Pension Commission? 

n Yes n No 

If no, attach copy of amendments to this Form. 

25. Were any amendments made to the collective agreement that creates or supports the pension plan, if any, with respect to the pension plan 
or fund? 

n Yes D No 

If yes, have the amendments been registered with the Pension Commission? 

D Yes D No 

If no, attach copy of amendments to this Form. 

26. Were any amendments made to the funding agreement during the review period (i.e. insurance contract, trust agreement, etc.)? 

D Yes D No 

If yes, have the amendments been registered with the Pension Commission? 

D Yes n No 

If no, attach copy of amendments to this Form. 

27. Was the fund carrier changed during the review period (i.e. insurance company, trust corporation, etc.)? 

n Yes n No 

If yes, state company name, mailing address and postal code of new carrier: 



Effective date of transfer of assets 

(day, month, year) 



If yes, has a copy of the agreement/contract with the new carrier been filed with the Pension Commission? 

n Yes n No 

If no, attach copy to this Form. 
Financial Statements 

28. The regulation requires pension plans with more than fifty members or $1,000,000 of assets at market value, as of the plan's year end to 
file annually financial statements for the fund and an auditor's report respecting the financial statements. All other pension plans are 
required to file unaudited financial statements for the pension plan or pension. 

Have the required audited or unaudited financial statements been filed with the Pension Commission? 

n Yes n No 

If no, attach the audited or unaudited financial statements. 

Discontinue File 

29. Should this plan's file with the Pension Commission be discontinued for any reason? 

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n Yes n No 

If yes, give the date at which the file should be discontinued and explain why the plan has been terminated: 



Attachments 

30. Indicate below whether the applicable documents and information are attached or are not applicable (N/A): 

Annual Return Fees — computed in accordance with the Schedule provided by the Superintendent (Schedule B), payable 

to the Treasurer of Ontario. 

Pension Benefits Guarantee Fund Assessment — computed in accordance with the Schedule provided by the Superinten- 
dent (Schedule A), if applicable, payable to the Pension Benefits Guarantee Fund. 

List of names and addresses of the persons on the pension committee or board of trustees, as per paragraph 10. 

Changes in the list of participating employers, as per paragraph 23. 

Amendments to the pension plan and pension fund documents, as per paragraphs 13 and 23 to 27. 

Audited or unaudited financial statements, as per paragraph 28. 

Declaration 
I certify that, 

(a) I have knowledge of the above-noted pension plan and have been designated by the administrator of the pension plan 

(name of the administrator) 
as the person responsible for ensuring and certifying that all of the information shown on this Annual Information Return Form 
together with attached calculations on applicable schedules provided by the Superintendent is to the best of my knowledge and belief 
true and correct; 

(b) the contributions paid to the pension plan or fund have been at least equal to those required by the applicable legislation; and 

(c) both, 

(i) the pension plan, and 

(ii) the pension fund(s) have been administered and the investments selected in accordance with the Pension Benefits Act and regula- 
tions thereunder. 



(signature) (name in block letters) (date) 

(company name) (title or position) (telephone number) 

(mailing address) 

Make one copy of this Form and retain for your records. 

File the original with the Commission. 

Note: Failure to file within six months will result in additional charges to the pension plan in respect of filing fees and, where applicable, the 
Guarantee Fund assessment. 

O. Reg. 708/87, Form 2. 

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Form 3 

Pension Benefits Act 

SPOUSAL WAIVER OF JOINT AND SURVIVOR PENSION 
(Section 46 of the Act) 

I> , am the spouse, 

(name of member/former member's spouse) 

within the meaning of the Pension Bene^/Sy4c/, of who is entitled to a 

(name of member/former member) 



pension benefit under the 

(name of plan) 



I am aware that, in the absence of a waiver, a pension payable to a former member who has a spouse on the date that the payment of the first 
instalment of the pension is due must be paid as a joint and survivor pension asrequiredby section 44 of the /"em/o/iBe/ie^teylcr. 

I understand that I may waive any right to a survivor pension of at least 60 per cent of my spouse's pension benefit should my spouse predecease 
me. By waiving my right, my spouse will be able to elect an alternative form of pension which will provide me with no survivor pension or a pen- 
sion which is less than the 60 per cent minimum. 

I hereby waive my right to a joint and survivor pension as required by section 44 of the Pension Benefits Act. The signature of my spouse, below, 
serves as an acknowledgement that he or she agrees to such a waiver. 

I understand that we may revoke this waiver at any time prior to the date of the commencement of payment of my spouse's pension. 

Dated at , in the Province of 

(city or town) 

this day of , 

(month) (year) 



(signature of spouse) (witness to signature of spouse) 



(signature of member or former member) (witness to signature of member or former member) 

Prior to completing this Form, each party should consider obtaining independent legal advice concerning their individual rights and the effect of 
this waiver. 

Note: This waiver is not effective unless it is delivered to the administrator or the insurance company, where appropriate, within the twelve 
month period immediately preceding the commencement of payment of the pension benefit as required by subsection 46 (2) of the 
Pension Benefits Act. 

O. Reg. 708/87, Form 3. 

Form 4 

Pension Benefits Act 

SPOUSAL WAIVER PRE-RETIREMENT DEATH BENEFIT 

(Section 48 of the Act) 

, hereinafter the "member" or 

(name of member or former member) 

"former member", and , hereinafter 

(name of spouse) 
the "spouse", hereby certify that we are spouses within the meaning of the Pension Benefits Act. 

We understand that, in the absence of a waiver, if the member or former member dies, 

(a) prior to the payment of a deferred pension; or 

(b) where the member continues in his or her employment after the normal retirement date, prior to the commencement of payment of pen- 
sion benefits, 

then the person who is the spouse of the member or former member at the date of his or her death is entitled to receive a pre-retirement death 

benefit of either a lump sum payment or an immediate or deferred life annuity from , at the date of the 

(name of the pension plan) 
member or former member's death. 

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We understand that we may waive the right of the spouse to receive any pre-retirement death benefit, in which case payment of this benefit will 
be made to either, 

(a) a beneficiary designated by the member or former member; or 

(b) the personal representative of the member or former member for distribution as part of his or her estate. 

We hereby waive the right of 

(name of spouse) 
to receive any payment under section 48 of the Pension Benefits Act. 

Dated at , in the Province of 

(city or town) 



this day of , 

(month) (year) 



(signature of member or former member) (witness to signature of member or former member) 



(signature of spouse) (witness to signature of spouse) 

Prior to completing this Form, each party should consider obtaining independent legal advice concerning their individual rights and the effect of 
this waiver. 

O. Reg. 708/87, Form 4. 



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Reg./Règl.911 



Personal Property Security Act 
Loi sur les sûretés mobilières 



REGULATION 910 
BRANCH OFFICES 



1. The following places are designated as locations of the branch 
offices of the registration system: 

1. Barrie 

2. Belleville 

3. Bracebridge 

4. Brampton 

5. Brantford 

6. Brockville 

7. Cayuga 

8. Chatham 

9. Cobourg 

10. Cochrane 

11. Cornwall 

12. Fort Frances 

13. Goderich 

14. Gore Bay 

15. Guelph 

16. Haileybury 

17. Hamilton 

18. Kenora 

19. Kingston 

20. Kitchener 

21. Lindsay 

22. London 

23. L'Orignal 

24. Milton 

25. Napanee 

26. Newmarket 

27. North Bay 

28. Orangeville 

29. Ottawa 

30. Owen Sound 

31. Parry Sound 

32. Pembroke 

33. Perth 

34. Peterborough 

35. Picton 

36. St. Catharines 

37. St. Thomas 

38. Sarnia 

39. Sauk Ste. Marie 

40. Simcoe 

41. Stratford 

42. Sudbury 

43. Thunder Bay 

44. Toronto 

45. Walkerton 

46. Welland 

47. Whitby 

48. Windsor 



49. Woodstock 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 747, s. 1; O. Reg. 616/84, s. 1. 



REGULATION 911 
FEES 

1. The following fees are payable under the Act: 

1. For registration of a financing statement or 
financing change statement designated as a 
renewal for a period of one year to twenty-five 

years $ 5.00 

per year 

2. For registration of a financing statement or 
financing change statement designated as renewal 

for a perpetual period 500.00 

3. For the registration of a financing change state- 
ment designated as a discharge No charge 

4. For the registration of a financing change state- 
ment other than a financing change statement 
described in paragraph 1, 2 or 3 10.00 

5. Fora search 5.00 

6. For a registrar's certificate 5.00 

7. For the production of a chattel mortgage regis- 
tered under The Bills of Sale and Chattel Mort- 
gages Act, being chapter 45 of the Revised Stat- 
utes of Ontario, 1970, a contract registered under 
The Conditional Sales Act, being chapter 76 of 
the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or an 
assignment of book debts registered under the 
The Assignment of Book Debts Act, being chap- 
ter 33 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970, 
for inspection (including production of the 
branch office copy of the financing statement or 
financing change statement relating thereto) 1.00 

8. For a copy of a chattel mortgage registered under 
The Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages Act, being 
chapter 45 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 
1970, a contract registered under The Conditional 
Sales Act, being chapter 76 of the Revised Stat- 
utes of Ontario, 1970 or an assignment of book 
debts registered under The Assignment of Book 
Debts Act, being chapter 33 of the Revised Stat- 
utes of Ontario, 1970, and financing statement or 

a financing change statement relating thereto 1.00 

per page 

9. For production of the central office copy of a 
financing statement or a financing change state- 
ment for inspection lO.(X) 

10. For a copy of the central office copy of a financ- 
ing statement or a financing change statement 
(not including production of the statement) 2.00 



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11. For certifying a copy to which paragraph 9 or 10 

applies $1.00 

12. For production or inspection of a mortgage, 
charge, assignment or document registered under 
the Corporation Securities Registration Act, being 
chapter 94 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 

1980 10.00 

13. For copies of a document, instrument, affidavit 
or paper relating to a registration under the 
Corporation Securities Registration Act, being 
chapter 94 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 

1980 1.00 

per page 



14. 



For certification of a copy of any document, 
instrument, affidavit or paper relating to a regis- 
tration under the Corporation Securities Registra- 
tion Act, being chapter 94 of the Revised Statutes 
of Ontario, 1980 



20.00 



O. Reg. 502/89, s. 1. 



REGULATION 912 
GENERAL 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, 

"address" includes the postal code or the equivalent thereof, if any; 

"artificial body" includes a partnership, corporation, association, 
organization, estate of a deceased natural person, trade union, 
church or other religious organization, syndicate, joint venture, 
trust or trustee in bankruptcy; 

"authorized signature of assignor" means the name of the assignor, 
typed, machine printed or stamped together with, 

(a) the signature of the assignor, or 

(b) the signature of a person with actual, implied or apparent 
authority to sign on behalf of the assignor, together with the 
typed, machine printed or stamped name of the person; 

"authorized signature of the secured party" means the name of the 
secured party, typed, machine printed or stamped together with, 

(a) the signature of the secured party, or 

(b) the signature of a person with actual, implied or apparent 
authority to sign on behalf of the secured party, together 
with the typed, machine printed or stamped name of the 
person; 

"maturity date" or "date of maturity" means the date, excluding 
days of grace, on which the debt will be fully paid if every payment 
is made according to the original terms of the security agreement; 

"motor vehicle" means an automobile, motorcycle, motorized snow 
vehicle and any other vehicle that is self-propelled but does not 
include, 

(a) a street car or other vehicle running only upon rails, 

(b) a farm tractor, 

(c) an implement of husbandry. 



(d) a machine acquired for use or used as a road-building 
machine, or 

(e) a craft intended primarily for use in the air or in or upon the 
water; 

"person" means an artificial body or a natural person; 

"principal amount" means the amount that is secured or is intended 
to be secured under the original terms of the security agreement 
and may include interest, precalculated interest, carrying charges, 
insurance premiums or any other cost or charge; 

"registering agent" means a person who acts as an agent for a 
secured party or assignor when submitting a statement for registra- 
tion but does not include a clerk or other employee of the secured 
party or assignor; 

"specific page of registration" means, in respect of a single page reg- 
istration, the financing statement or financing change statement 
that is registered and, in respect of a multiple page registration, 
one of the financing statements or financing change statements 
that is registered and that comprises a page of the multiple page 
registration or a motor vehicle schedule that is attached to a state- 
ment and that comprises a page of the multiple page registration; 

"vehicle identification number" means the number that the person 
who constructed the motor vehicle affixed to it for identification 
purposes. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 1. 

Form of Statement and When Required 

2. If the Act requires a financing statement or a financing change 
statement in the prescribed form to be registered, the statement shall 
be the form provided or approved by the registrar. O. Reg. 372/89, 
s. 2. 

Content of Financing Statement 

3.— (1) A financing statement shall set out in the appropriate 
place according to the information being entered, 

(a) a "P" to indicate that a registration is being made under the 
Act; 

(b) the number of years for the registration period; 

(c) the information required under section 16 and, if the person 
is a natural person, the date of birth of the person; 

(d) the address of the debtor; 

(e) the name and address of the secured party; 

(f) the classification of the collateral as consumer goods, inven- 
tory, equipment, accounts or that the classification is other 
than consumer goods, inventory, equipment or accounts or 
any combination thereof; 

(g) if a motor vehicle is included in the collateral, an indication 
that it is included; 

(h) if a motor vehicle schedule is attached, an indication that it 
is attached; 

(i) if all the collateral is classified as consumer goods, the prin- 
cipal amount; 

(j) if all the collateral is classified as consumer goods, the 
maturity date or, if there is no fixed date of maturity, an 
indication that there is no fixed maturity date; and 

(k) the authorized signature of the secured party. 

(2) If there is more than one secured party, the name, address 



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and authorized signature of at least one secured party shall be set out 
in the appropriate place on the financing statement. 

(3) If a security interest is assigned, the name, address and autho- 
rized signature of the assignor may be set out instead of the name, 
address and authorized signature of the secured party. 

(4) The registration period of a financing statement shall be a 
whole number and if the collateral, 

(a) includes consumer goods, the period shall be for one year 
up to five years, as the case requires; or 

(b) does not include consumer goods, the period shall be for 
one year up to twenty-five years or for a perpetual period, 
as the case requires. 

(5) A financing statement may set out in the appropriate place 
according to the information being entered, 

(a) the name and address of the registering agent, if any ; and 

(b) the Ontario corporation number, if the debtor is a corpora- 
tion incorporated in Ontario. 

(6) If a registration period of a financing statement is a perpetual 
period, the period shall be designated on the financing statement by 
the number "99". 

(7) If the collateral includes a motor vehicle and the motor vehi- 
cle is classified as consumer goods, the motor vehicle shall be 
described on line 11 or 12 on the financing statement or in the appro- 
priate place on a motor vehicle schedule. 

(8) If the collateral includes a motor vehicle and the motor vehi- 
cle is not classified as consumer goods, the motor vehicle may be 
described on line 1 1 or 12 on the financing statement or in the appro- 
priate place on a motor vehicle schedule. 

(9) The description of the motor vehicle on line 11 or 12 or on a 
motor vehicle schedule shall include the vehicle identification num- 
ber, the last two digits of the model year, if any, the model, if any, 
and the make or the name of the manufacturer. 

(10) If lines 11 and 12 are completed, additional motor vehicles 
may be described in the appropriate place on a motor vehicle sched- 
ule. 

(11) Collateral other than a motor vehicle that is consumer goods 
may be described on line 13, 14 or 15 of the financing statement. 

(12) The description of a motor vehicle on line 13, 14 or 15 of a 
financing statement shall not include the vehicle identification num- 
ber. 

(13) If the collateral includes goods other than inventory that are 
used or acquired for use for more than one purpose, the financing 
statement shall set out the classification of the goods in accordance 
with clause (1) (f) based on their primary use and may set out an 
additional classification based on any secondary use. O. Reg. 
372/89, s. 3. 

CoLi^TERAL Brought into Ontario 

4. A financing statement that is tendered for registration with 
respect to the following matters shall be designated as a caution filing 
and shall set out the information required by section 3 except that the 
date of birth of a natural personal need not be set out: 

1. Collateral that is intended to be brought into Ontario and 
that is subject to a security interest in another jurisdiction. 

2. Collateral that is brought into Ontario and that is subject to 
a security interest in another jurisdiction at the time that it 
is brought into Ontario. 



3. Goods that are brought into Ontario and that are subject to 
the seller's right to revendicate or to resume possession of 
the goods. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 4. 

Renewal of a Registration 

5.— (1) If a registration period is extended, the financing change 
statement referred to in subsection 52 (1) of the Act shall be desig- 
nated as a renewal and shall set out, 

(a) the information required under section 19; and 

(b) the number of years by which the registration period is 
extended. 

(2) The extension of a registration period shall be a whole num- 
ber and, if the collateral, 

(a) includes consumer goods, subject to subsection 51 (6) of 
the Act, the period shall be extended for one year up to five 
years, as the case requires; or 

(b) does not include consumer goods, the period shall be 
extended for one year up to twenty-five years or for a per- 
petual period, as the case requires. 

(3) If the registration period is extended for a perpetual period, 
the period shall be designated on the financing change statement by 
the number "99". O. Reg. 372/89, s. 5. 

Registration of a Financing Statement Under Subsection 
52 (2) of the Act 

6. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), if a registration ceases to be 
effective, the financing statement referred to in subsection 52 (2) of 
the Act shall set out the information required under section 3. 

(2) If the secured party's name was changed or the secured party 
assigned its interest in all of the collateral since the original financing 
statement was registered, the financing statement referred to in sub- 
section 52 (2) of the Act shall set out the new name of the secured 
party or the assignee's name, as the case requires. O. Reg. 372/89, 
s. 6. 

Assignment by Secured Party 

7.— (1) If the assignment by a secured party of the secured party's 
interest in all or part of the collateral is recorded, the financing 
change statement referred to in subsection 47 (1) of the Act shall be 
designated as an assignment by the secured party or assignment of a 
security interest in part of the collateral by the secured part and shall 
set out, 

(a) the information required by section 19; 

(b) the name of the assignor as set out on the financing state- 
ment or a financing change statement that relates to the 
financing statement; 

(c) the name and address of the assignee; and 

(d) despite clause 19 (h), the authorized signature of the 
assignor or the authorized signature of the secured party. 

(2) If there is an assignment of the secured party's interest in part 
of the collateral and the collateral to which the assignment relates 
includes a motor vehicle and the motor vehicle is, 

(a) classified as consumer goods; or 

(b) classified as equipment or inventory and is described on line 
II or 12 of the financing statement or a related financing 
change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule attached 
to a statement. 



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the motor vehicle shall be described on line 11 or 12 of the financing 
change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule. 

(3) If the collateral includes a motor vehicle and the motor vehi- 
cle is not classified as set out in clause (2) (a) or classified and 
described as set out in clause (2) (b), the motor vehicle may be 
described on line 1 1 or 12 of the financing change statement or on a 
motor vehicle schedule. 

(4) The description of the motor vehicle on line 11 or 12 of the 
financing change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule shall 
include the vehicle identification number, the last two digits of the 
model year, if any, the model, if any, and the make or the name of 
the manufacturer. 

(5) If lines 11 and 12 of the financing change statement are com- 
pleted, additional motor vehicles may be described in the appropri- 
ate place on the motor vehicle schedule. 

(6) If an assignment of a security interest in part of the collateral 
relates to collateral that is not described as required in subsection 
(2), the collateral may be described on line 13, 14 or 15 of the financ- 
ing change statement. 

(7) The description of a motor vehicle on line 13, 14 or 15 of a 
financing change statement shall not include the vehicle identifica- 
tion number. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 7. 

Transfer of Coli^teral 

8.— (1) If the transfer by a debtor of the debtor's interest in all or 
part of the collateral is recorded, the financing change statement 
referred to in section 48 of the Act shall be designated as a transfer 
by the debtor or transfer of part of the collateral by the debtor and 
shall set out, 

(a) the information required by section 19; 

(b) despite clause 19 (d), the name of the transferor as the 
name is set out on the financing statement or a financing 
change statement that relates to the financing statement; 

(c) the name of the transferee in the manner prescribed under 
section 16; 

(d) if the transferee is a natural person, the date of birth of the 
person if known to the secured party; and 

(e) the address of the transferee if known to the secured party. 

(2) If there is a transfer of part of the collateral by a debtor and 
the transferred collateral includes a motor vehicle and the motor 
vehicle is, 

(a) classified as consumer goods; or 

(b) classified as equipment or inventory and is described on line 
11 or 12 of the financing statement or a related financing 
change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule attached 
to a statement, 

the motor vehicle shall be described on line 11 or 12 of the financing 
change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule. 

(3) If a transfer of part of the collateral includes a motor vehicle 
and the motor vehicle is not classified as set out in clause (2) (a) or 
classified and described as set out in clause (2) (b), the motor vehicle 
may be described on line 11 or 12 of the financing change statement 
or on a motor vehicle schedule. 

(4) The description of the motor vehicle on line 1 1 or 12 of the 
financing change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule shall 
include the vehicle identification number, the last two digits of the 
model year, if any, the model, if any, and the make or the name of 
the manufacturer. 



(5) If lines II and 12 of the financing change statement are com- 
pleted, additional motor vehicles may be described in the appropri- 
ate place on the motor vehicle schedule. 

(6) If a transfer of part of the collateral relates to collateral that is 
not described as required in subsection (2), the collateral may be 
described on line 13, 14 or 15 of the financing change statement. 

(7) The description of a motor vehicle on line 13, 14 or 15 of a 
financing change statement shall not include the vehicle identifica- 
tion number. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 8. 

Debtor Name Change 

9. If the change of a debtor name is recorded, the financing 
change statement referred to in section 48 of the Act shall be desig- 
nated as an amendment and shall set out the information required 
under clause 15 (c). O. Reg. 372/89, s. 9. 

Registration of a Discharge 

10. If the discharge of a registration is recorded, the financing 
change statement referred to in section 55 of the Act shall be desig- 
nated as a discharge and shall set out the information required under 
section 19. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 10. 

Regisfration of a Partial Discharge 

11.— (1) If the partial discharge of a registration is recorded, the 
financing change statement referred to in section 55 of the Act shall 
be designated as a partial discharge and shall set out the information 
required under section 19. 

(2) If the partial discharge relates to collateral that includes a 
motor vehicle and the motor vehicle is, 

(a) classified as consumer goods; or 

(b) classified as equipment or inventory and is described on line 
11 or 12 of the financing statement or a related financing 
change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule attached 
to a statement, 

the motor vehicle shall be described on line 11 or 12 of the financing 
change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule. 

(3) If the partial discharge includes a motor vehicle and the 
motor vehicle is not classified as set out in clause (2) (a) or classified 
and described as set out in clause (2) (b), the motor vehicle may be 
described on line 11 or 12 of the financing change statement or on a 
motor vehicle schedule. 

(4) The description of the motor vehicle on line 11 or 12 of the 
financing change statement or on a motor vehicle schedule shall 
include the vehicle identification number, the last two digits of the 
model year, if any, the model, if any, and the make or the name of 
the manufacturer. 

(5) If lines 1 1 and 12 of the financing change statement are com- 
pleted, additional motor vehicles may be described in the appropri- 
ate place on the motor vehicle schedule. 

(6) Collateral other than collateral described as required in sub- 
section (2) may be described on line 13, 14 or 15 of the financing 
change statement. 

(7) The description of a motor vehicle on line 13, 14 or 15 of a 
financing change statement shall not include the vehicle identifica- 
tion number. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 11. 

Other Change (Subordination) 

12. If the subordination of the interest of a secured party of 
record is recorded, the financing change statement referred to in sec- 



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tion SO of the Act shall be designated as an other change, and shall 
set out, 

(a) the information required under section 19; 

(b) the type of change as a subordination on line 25; and 

(c) the particulars of the subordination on line 26, 27 or 28. 
O. Reg. 372/89, s. 12. 

Other Change (Seizure) 

13. If the seizure of a security interest by a sheriff is recorded, the 
financing change statement referred to in section 27 of the Execution 
Act shall be designated as an other change and shall set out, 

(a) the information required under section 19; 

(b) the type of change as a seizure of a security interest on line 
25; 

(c) the particulars of the seizure of the security interest on line 
26, 27 or 28; and 

(d) despite clause 19 (h), the signature of the sheriff. O. Reg. 
372/89, s. 13. 

Amendments to Information 

14.— (1) A financing change statement referred to in section 49 of 
the Act shall be designated as an amendment and shall set out, 

(a) if the statement being amended was registered prior to the 
coming into force of this Regulation or under section 82 of 
the Act, the registration number of the statement or the file 
number assigned by the registrar to the financing statement; 

(b) if the statement being amended was registered under Part 
IV of the Act, the file number assigned by the registrar to 
the financing statement; 

(c) if the statement relates to a registration that was entered in 
the central file of the registration system by the registrar 
under section 78 of the Act, the registration number under 
the Corporation Securities Registration Act, being chapter 
94 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1980, or the file num- 
ber assigned by the registrar to the registration; 

(d) if a motor vehicle schedule is attached, an indication that it 
is attached; 

(e) the information required under section IS; 

(f) the name and address of one of the secured parties or of the 
registering agent, if any; 

(g) a brief statement of the reasons for the amendment; and 

(h) the authorized signature of the secured party. 

(2) This section and section 15 apply to an amendment to a motor 
vehicle schedule that is a page of a financing statement or a financing 
change statement. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 14. 

15. The financing change statement referred to in section 14 shall 
set out, 

(a) if the amendment indicates that the financing statement 
should or should not have been designated as a caution fil- 
ing, 

(i) the page number as page 01, 

(ii) the name of one of the debtors as the name is set out 
on the financing statement. 



(iii) an indication that the financing statement should 
have been designated as a caution filing or a state- 
ment in the reasons for amendment that it should not 
have been so designated, and 

(iv) the information required under section 14; 

(b) if the amendment deletes a line of information on a financ- 
ing statement or financing change statement, 

(i) the page number on which the line of information 
appears, 

(ii) the name of one of the debtors as the name is set out 
on the statement, 

(iii) the number of the line deleted, and 

(iv) the information required under section 14; 

(c) if the amendment substitutes a line of information for a line 
of information on a financing statement or financing change 
statement, 

(i) the page number of the page on which the line of 
information appears, 

(ii) the name of one of the debtors as the name is set out 
on the statement, 

(iii) the number of the line on which the information 
appears, 

(iv) the line of information substituted, and 

(v) the information required under section 14; 

(d) if the amendment adds a line of information for a line on 
which no information is set out on a financing statement or 
financing change statement, 

(i) the page number of the page on which the blank line 
appears, 

(ii) the name of one of the debtors as the name is set out 
on the statement, 

(iii) the line number of the blank line, 

(iv) the line of information added, and 

(v) the information required under section 14; 

(e) if the amendment adds a line of information to a financing 
statement or financing change statement but there is no 
blank line on the statement on which to add the informa- 
tion, 

(i) an indication that the amendment is not to a specific 
page of a statement, 

(ii) the name of one of the debtors as the name is set out 
on the statement, 

(iii) a line number that corresponds to an appropriate 
line number on the statement, 

(iv) the line of information added, and 

(v) the information required under section 14; or 

(0 if the amendment is of a nature other than that referred to 
in clause (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e), 

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page of a statement or that a specific page is being 
amended and the page number, 

(ii) the name of one of the debtors as the name is set out 
on the statement. 



(Hi) 



the line number, 
relates. 



if any, to which the amendment 



(iv) the information, if any, added or substituted in the 
appropriate place, and 

(v) the information required under section 14. 
O. Reg. 372/89, s. 15. 

Particuijuis of Content of Form 

16.— (1) The name of a debtor who is a natural person shall be set 
out in the financing statement to show the first given name, followed 
by the initial of the second given name, if any, followed by the sur- 
name. 

(2) If the first given name of the debtor exceeds nineteen charac- 
ters, including punctuation marks and spaces, the first nineteen char- 
acters shall be set out in the appropriate place for the name and the 
complete name, including the initial of the second given name, if 
any, shall be set out on line 13, 14 or 15. 

(3) If the surname of a debtor exceeds twenty-two characters, 
including punctuation marks and spaces, the first twenty-two charac- 
ters shall be set out in the appropriate place for the name and the 
complete name, including the initial of the second given name, if 
any, shall be set out on line 13, 14 or 15. 

(4) The name of a debtor that is an artificial body shall be set out 
in the financing statement as follows: 

1 . If the artificial body is a partnership and the partnership is, 

i. registered under the Business Names Act, the regis- 
tered name of the partnership, 

ii. a limited partnership, the name of the partnership 
filed under the Limited Partnerships Acl, or 

iii. a partnership other than a partnership described in 
subparagraph i or ii, 

A. the name of the partnership as set out in the 
security agreement, and 

B. whether or not the person creates a security 
interest, the name of at least one of the part- 
ners, and if the partner is, 

1. a natural person, the name in the man- 
ner required under subsection (1), or 

2. an artificial body, the name in the man- 
ner required under this subsection. 

2. If the artificial body is a corporation, the incorporated 
name of the corporation. 

3. If the artificial body is an unincorporated association, orga- 
nization, syndicate, joint venture or church or other reli- 
gious organization, 

i. the name as set out in the constitution, charter or 
other document creating the association, organiza- 
tion, syndicate, joint venture or church or other reli- 
gious organization, and 

ii. whether or not the person signing creates a security 
interest, the name of each person signing the security 



agreement on behalf of the association, organiza- 
tion, syndicate, joint venture or church or other reli- 
gious organization, and if the person signing is, 

A. a natural person, the name in the manner 
required under subsection (1), or 

B. an artificial body, the name in the manner 
required under this subsection. 

4. If the artificial body is an estate of a deceased natural per- 
son, the first given name, followed by the initial of the sec- 
ond given name, if any, followed by the surname of the 
deceased, followed by the word "estate". 

5. If the ariificial body is a trade union, 

i. the name of the trade union, and 

ii. whether or not the natural person creates a security 
interest, for each natural person signing the security 
agreement on behalf of the trade union, the name in 
the manner required under subsection (1). 

6. If the artificial body is a trust and the document creating the 
trust, 

i. designates a name for the trust, that name followed 
by the word "trust", or 

ii. does not designate a name for the trust, whether or 
not the trustee creates a security interest, the name 
of one of the trustees, and if the trustee is, 

A. a natural person, the name in the manner 
required under subsection (1), or 

B. an artificial body, the name in the manner 
required under this subsection. 

7. If the artificial body is an estate of a bankrupt and the bank- 
rupt is, 

i. a natural person, the first given name of the person, 
followed by the initial of the second given name, if 
any, followed by the surname, followed by the word 
"bankrupt", or 

ii. an artificial body, the name of the person followed 
by the word "bankrupt". 

8. If the artificial body is other than an artificial body 
described in paragraphs 1 to 7, 

i. the name of the artificial body, and 

ii. whether or not the person signing creates a security 
interest, the name of each person signing the security 
agreement on behalf of the artificial body, and if the 
person signing is, 

A. a natural person, the name in the manner 
required under subsection (1), or 

B. an artificial body, the name in the manner 
required under this subsection. 

(5) If a person is identified to the public by a name or style other 
than the person's own name, the name may be set out in the financ- 
ing statement on the appropriate line for business debtor. 

(6) The name of a person that is required to be set out on a 
financing statement under subsection (1) or (4) shall be set out for, 



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(a) a natural person, on the appropriate line for an individual 
debtor; or 

(b) an artificial body, on the appropriate line for a business 
debtor. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 16. 

17. Despite paragraph 2 of subsection 16 (4), if a corporation has 
an English form of name and a French form of name, 

(a) the English form of the name shall be set out on the appro- 
priate line for the name of a business debtor; and 

(b) the French form of the name shall be set out on another 
appropriate line for the name of a business debtor. 
O. Reg. 372/89, s. 17. 

18. The date of birth or date of maturity in a financing statement 
or financing change statement shall be set out to show, 

(a) the day of the month in numerals; 

(b) the name of the month in accordance with the abbreviation 
or word set out in Column 2 of Schedule 3; and 

(c) the last two digits of the number of the year. O. Reg. 
372/89, s. 18. 

19. A financing change statement other than a statement desig- 
nated as an amendment shall set out, 

(a) if the financing statement to which the financing change 
statement relates was registered prior to the coming into 
force of this Regulation or under section 82 of the Act, the 
registration number or the file number assigned by the reg- 
istrar to the financing statement; 

(b) if the financing statement to which the financing change 
statement relates was registered under Part IV of the Act, 
the file number assigned by the registrar to the financing 
statement; 

(c) if the financing change statement relates to a registration 
which was entered in the central file of the registration sys- 
tem by the registrar under section 78 of the Act, the regis- 
tration number under the Corporation Securities Registra- 
tion Act, being chapter 94 of the Revised Statutes of 
Ontario, 1980, or the file number assigned by the registrar 
to the registration; 

(d) the name of one of the debtors as the name is set out on the 
financing statement or a financing change statement that 
relates to the financing statement; 

(e) if the financing change statement relates to a registration 
under the Corporation Securities Registration Act, being 
chapter 94 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1980, the 
name of one of the debtors as the name has been entered in 
the central file of the registration system by the registrar 
under section 78 of the Act or as the name is set out on a 
financing change statement that relates to the entry; 

(f) if a motor vehicle schedule is attached, an indication that it 
is attached; 

(g) the name and address of one of the secured parties or of the 
registering agent, if any; and 

(h) the authorized signature of the secured party. O. Reg. 
372/89, s. 19. 

Divided Registrations 

20. The registrant shall divide a registration that exceeds ninety 
pages into two or more separate registrations. O. Reg. 372/89, 
s. 20. 



Approved Forms 

21.— (I) Upon application, the registrar may approve a form of 
financing statement or financing change statement. 

(2) An approval granted under subsection (1) may be for a lim- 
ited time period and may be qualified and may require that the quali- 
fication or approval be printed on the form. 

(3) The registrar may withdraw an approval granted under sub- 
section (1) upon written notice sent by registered mail and the 
approval shall be deemed to be withdrawn ten days after the mailing 
of the notice. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 21. 

Procedure 

22.— (1) A financing statement or fmancing change statement that 
is submitted to a branch registrar shall be submitted unseparated in 
duplicate or in triplicate, as the case requires. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), a single copy of a financing statement 
or a financing change statement may be submitted to a branch regis- 
trar if approved by the registrar. 

(3) The original of a financing statement or a financing change 
statement shall be known as the central office copy, one copy shall be 
known as the branch registry office copy and the remaining copy, if 
any, shall be known as the registrant's copy. 

(4) If the branch registrar accepts a financing statement or a 
financing change statement for registration, the branch registrar shall 
number the statement, separate the copies and forward the central 
office copy to the central office. 

(5) If the registrant requests that the registrant's copy, if any, be 
returned to the registrant, the branch registrar shall. 



(a) 



give the copy to the registrant at the branch registry office; 
or 



(b) if the registrant requests that the copy be returned by mail 
and the registrant provides a prepaid addressed envelope, 
mail the copy to the registrant. 

(6) Clause (5) (a) does not apply to the central registration 
branch. 

(7) Subsection (5) does not apply to a registration that is accepted 
at the central registration branch if the registrar sends to the regis- 
trant a verification statement that includes particulars of the regis- 
tered statement referred to in subsection (1). O. Reg. 372/89, 
s. 22. 

Manner of Recording 

23.— (I) The information that is required or permitted by this 
Regulation to be set out on a financing statement, financing change 
statement or a motor vehicle schedule shall be set out in a manner 
suitable for filming and, without limiting the generality of the forego- 
ing, 

(a) the information shall be typewritten or machine printed in 
black ink with clear, neat and legible characters without 
erasures. Interlineation or alterations; 

(b) alphabetic characters shall be in upper case only; and 

(c) subject to subsection 25 (1), the information shall be with- 
out punctuation marks or symbols. 

(2) An error in transcribing information onto a financing state- 
ment, a financing change statement or a motor vehicle schedule in 
respect of the following information may be corrected before the 
statement is tendered for registration by typing an "X" over the 
error: 



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1 . The name or address of a person. 

2. The name or address of a secured party. 

3. The description of the collateral. 

4. The reasons for amendment or other change description. 

5. The name or address of a registering agent. 

(3) The registrar or a branch registrar may refuse to accept a 
statement or a motor vehicle schedule if the correction may, in the 
opinion of the registrar or branch registrar, create an ambiguity. 
O. Reg. 372/89, s. 23. 

24. A financing statement or financing change statement ten- 
dered for registration by mail shall be addressed to: 

Personal Property Security Registrations 

Central Registration Branch 

Box 21100 

Postal Station "A" 

Toronto, Ontario M5W 1W6 

O. Reg. 372/89, s. 24. 

25.— (1) The punctuation mark or symbol set out in Column 2 of 
Schedule 1 may be used in a financing statement, a financing change 
statement or a motor vehicle schedule in lieu of the information set 
out opposite thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 1. 

(2) The abbreviations or expansions set out in Column 2 of 
Schedule 2 may be used in lieu of the information set out opposite 
thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 2 with respect to, 

(a) items 1 to 14, on lines 03, 06, 03/06, 08, 08/16, 16, 24 and 29 
in a financing statement or a financing change statement; 

(b) items 15 to 35, on lines 04, 07, 09, 04/07, 09/17 and 17 in a 
financing statement or a financing change statement; 

(c) items 36 to 57, on lines 1 1 and 12 in a financing statement or 
a financing change statement or on lines 41 to 56 in a motor 
vehicle schedule; and 

(d) items 58 to 62, on lines 13, 14 and 15 in a financing state- 
ment or a financing change statement. O. Reg. 372/89, 
s. 25. 

26. The time assigned to a registration shall correspond with the 
time at the central office. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 26. 

Forms 

27.— (1) A financing statement shall be in Form I. 

(2) A financing change statement shall be in Form 2 or Form 3, as 
the case requires. 

(3) A motor vehicle schedule shall be in Form 4. 

(4) A notice of a security interest in collateral that is fixtures, 
goods that may become fbctures, crops, oil, gas or minerals to be 
extracted under subsection 54 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 5. 

(5) A notice of a security interest in a right to payment under a 
mortgage, charge or lease of real property under subsection 54 (1) of 
the Act shall be in Form 6. 

(6) A notice of a security interest under this section shall be 



signed by the secured party 
sonal representative. 



or 



the secured party's solicitor or per- 



(7) An extension notice under subsection 54 (3) of the Act shall 
be in Form 7 and shall be signed by the secured party, the secured 
party's solicitor or personal representative. 

(8) A notice registered in Form 5, 6 or 7 may be discharged by 
registering a certificate of discharge in Form 8. 

(9) A certificate of discharge shall be signed by the secured party 
or the secured party's solicitor or personal representative. 

(10) If a solicitor or personal representative signs Form 5, 6, 7 or 
8, the title or capacity of the person signing shall be set out on the 
form. O. Reg. 372/89, s. 27. 

28. The charge for a statement referred to in subsection 18 (7) of 
the Act shall not exceed, 

(a) for a statement in writing of the amount of the indebtedness 
and the terms of payment thereof, $10.00; 

(b) for a statement in writing approving or correcting a state- 
ment of the collateral or a part thereof as specified in a list 
attached to the notice, $5.00; 

(c) for a statement in writing approving or correcting a state- 
ment of the amount of the indebtedness and of the terms of 
payment thereof, $5.00; 

(d) for a true copy of the security agreement, for each page 
thereof, 50 cents; 

(e) for sufficient information as to the location of the security 
agreement or a true copy thereof so as to enable inspection 
of the security agreement or copy, no charge. O. Reg. 

372/89, s. 28. 





Schedule 1 




Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Parentheses 


() 


2. 


Apostrophe 


• 


3. 


Period 


. 


4. 


Plus sign 


-1- 


5. 


Ampersand 


& 


6. 


Hyphen 


- 


7. 


Virgule 


/ 


8. 


Comma 


, 


9. 


Per cent sign 


% 


10. 


Quotation mark 


" 


11. 


Dollar sign 


$ 


12. 


Number sign 


# 


13. 


Question mark 


? 


14. 


Asterisk 


* 


15. 


Colon 


: 


16. 


Semicolon 


9 


17. 


Greater than 


> 


18. 


Equal 


= 


19. 


Less than 


< 


20. 


Square brackets 


[] 


21. 


Oblique 





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Item Column 1 
22. Exclamation mark 



Column 2 
t 
O. Reg. 372/89, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 



Item 



Column 1 



1. COMPANY 

2. LIMITED 

3. INCORPORATED 

4. CORPORATION 

5. BROTHERS 

6. DIVISION 

7. CANADA 

8. INTERNATIONAL 



9. CONSTRUCTION 
10. COOPERATIVE 



11. NUMBER 

12. AND 

13. MISTER 



Column 2 

CO 

LTD 

INC, INCORP, 
INCORPORATE 

CORP 

BROS, BRO'S, 
BROTHER, BRO, 
BROTHER'S 

DIV, DIVS, DIVISIONS, 
DIVISION'S 

CAN 

INT, INTS, INT'S, INT'L, 
INT'LS, INTERN, 
INTERNS, 
INTERNATIONALS 

CONST, CONSTR 

COOPERATIVES, 
CO-OPERATIVE, 
CO-OPERATIVES, 
COOP, COOPS, CO-OP, 
CO-OPS 

NO, # 

& 

MR, MRS, MISTERS, 
MISTER'S 



14. 


ASSOCIATION 


ASSOCIATIONS, ASSOC, 
ASSOCS, ASSOC'S, 

ASS'N, ASSN'S, ASS'NS 


15. 


Vi 


ONE HALF 


16. 


STREET 


ST 


17. 


AVENUE 


AVE 


18. 


ROAD 


RD 


19. 


BOULEVARD 


BLVD 


20. 


CIRCLE 


CIR 


21. 


CRESCENT 


CRES 


22. 


DRIVE 


DR 


23. 


COURT 


CT 


24. 


HIGHWAY 


HWY 


25. 


APARTMENT 


APT 


26. 


EAST 


E 


27. 


WEST 


W 


28. 


NORTH 


N 


29. 


SOUTH 


S 


30. 


LOT 


L 


31. 


CONCESSION 


CON,C 


32. 


TOWNSHIP 


TWSP, TWP 


33. 


RURAL ROUTE 


RR 


34. 


TORONTO 


TOR 



Item 
35. 
36. 

37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 



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1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 



Column 1 
ONTARIO 

INTERNATIONAL 
HARVESTER 

MASSEY FERGUSON 

CHEVROLET 

PONTIAC 

OLDSMOBILE 

CHRYSLER 

PLYMOUTH 

AMERICAN MOTORS 

MOTORS 

VOLKSWAGEN 

RAMBLER 

1/2 TON TRUCK 

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Va ton TRUCK 

STATION WAGON 

4 DOOR HARDTOP 

CONVERTIBLE 

COUPE 

DELIVERY VAN 

SEDAN 

SUPERSPORT 

SERIAL NUMBER 

INCH 

TELEVISION 

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CHRYS 

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DEL VAN 

SDN 

SS 

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IN 

TV 

HLF 

QTR 

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3 



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JANUARY 

FEBRUARY 

MARCH 

APRIL 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 

OCTOBER 

NOVEMBER 

DECEMBER 



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FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUN, JUNE 

JUL, JULY 

AUG 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

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as debtor, and the party signing in Box 10 as secured oarty. a security interest has 
been created in 

(brief description of collateral) 

The collateral is located or is affixed or is to be affixed to the property described 
In Box 6 of this document. 

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B. (Where appropriate) 

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C. (Where appropriate) 

The security interest was assigned to 



19 



(name of assignee) 



of 



(address) 



(date of assignment) 
(who subsequently assigned the security Interest to 



(name of subsequent assignee) 



of 



(address) 



(date of subsequent assignment) 



etc 



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D. (Where appropriate) 

The assignee last named In paragraph C Is the secured party as of the date of this notice 

NOTE: An expiration date must be set out in paragraph B 1f the collateral described In 
paragraph A is consumer goods. The expiration date must not be later than the 
fifth anniversary of the date of registration of this document. 




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Form 6 

Personal Property Security A et 



NOTICE OF SECURITY INTEREST 



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as debtor and the party signing in Box 10 as secured party, a security interest in a 
right to payment under the instrument referred to in Box 9, affecting the land 
described in Box 6 has been created. 

B. (Where appropriate) 

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(1) ntt SdMduto n MUctwd to a: 



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C. (Where appropriate) 

The assignee last named In paragraph B Is the secured party as of the date of this 
notice. 




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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the expiration date of the notice of security interest referred 
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NOTE: The expiration date must not be later than the fifth anniversary 
of the date of registration of this document. 



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Form 8 

Personal Property Security Act 

CERTIFICATE OF DISCHARGE 



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The notice of security interest referred to in Box 9, dated the day of 

19 and regi stered the day of , 19 . . 

is discharged. 

(here mention any assignments) 



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Name(i) 



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(IS) Document Prepered by: 



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REGULATION 913 

PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY ASSURANCE 
FUND 

1. One per cent of the fees received under the Act in respect of 
statements accepted for registration shall be paid into The Personal 
Property Security Assurance Fund. O. Reg. 503/89, s. 1. 



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Pesticides Act 
Loi sur les pesticides 



REGULATION 914 
GENERAL 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, 

"adequate respiratory protection" means a respiratory device or 
devices that effectively protects the user from adverse effects that 
might result from breathing in of a pesticide during the handling or 
use of the pesticide; 

"adequate protective clothing" means clothing including rubber or 
neoprene boots, rubber or neoprene gloves, hats, coats and other 
garments that effectively protect the user from adverse effects that 
might result from a pesticide coming in contact with the skin dur- 
ing or after the handling/)r use of the pesticide; 

"agricultural or forestry production" means the production of plants, 
animals or both, by an agriculturist, but does not include the pro- 
duction of crown timber as defined in the Crown Timber Act; 

"agriculturist" means a person who uses farm land for agricultural or 
forestry production; 

"air-blast machine" means a vehicle mounted pesticide application 
device utilizing an independent mechanically produced stream of 
air to assist the carrying of the pesticide beyond the orifice of the 
device; 

"Crown employee" means a Crown employee within the meaning of 
the Public Service Act; 

"drainage ditch" means an artificial water course, added to the natu- 
ral land drainage system, primarily to collect and convey water and 
that, for some period each year, does not contain flowing water; 

"farm land" means land, a farm structure or both used for agricul- 
tural or forestry production where it comprises, 

(a) at least five hectares that are contiguous except for division 
by a street, road, railway or water, or 

(b) less than five hectares, if there has been an average gross 
annual revenue over the three years immediately preceding 
or a gross revenue in the year immediately preceding the 
date of the sale or proposed sale at retail of a pesticide for 
use on the land or the farm structure of not less than $4,000 
from the sale of the products of agricultural or forestry pro- 
duction, or both, produced on the land or farm structures, 
or both; 

"farm structure" means a structure used for agricultural or forestry 
production but does not include a structure used primarily for stor- 
age or human habitation; 

"fire resistance rating" means the rating assigned to a component or 
assembly from a test of the time of fire resistance of a representa- 
tive specimen conducted in accordance with, 

(a) Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada Standard for Fire 
Tests of Building Construction and Materials, ULC 263, 
1971, or 



(b) Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada Standard for Fire 
Tests of Door Assemblies, ULC 10 (b), 1970; 

"fire separation" means a barrier against the spread of fire and 
smoke; 

"herbicide" means any pesticide used for the destruction or control 
of any vegetation; 

"hormone type herbicide" means any pesticide containing, 

(a) 2,4-D, 

(b) 2,4-DB, 

(c) 2,4,5-T, 

(d) mecoprop, 

(e) fenoprop, 

(f) MCPA, 

(g) MCPB, 

(h) dichlorprop, 

(i) dicamba, 

0) TBA, 

(k) fenac, 

(1) picloram, or 

(m) paraquat; 

"limited wholesale vendor" means a person who may sell at whole- 
sale only those pesticides mentioned in section 110 in accordance 
with section 110; 

"mammalian pest" means any rat, mouse, raccoon, rabbit, porcu- 
pine, squirrel, groundhog, mole or skunk; 

"retail vendor" means a person who sells at retail; 

"sell at retail" means sell, transfer or offer to sell or transfer to a pur- 
chaser or a transferee for the purpose of use and not for resale or 
retransfer; 

"sell at wholesale" means sell, transfer or offer to sell or transfer, 
other than at retail; 

"store for sale at retail" means keep for sale at retail in an area that 
is separated from that part of the premises in which the retail ven- 
dor normally transacts business; 

"store for sale at wholesale" means keep for sale at wholesale in an 
area that is separated from that part of the premises in which the 
wholesale vendor or limited wholesale vendor normally transacts 
business; 

"warning gas" means a gas that immediately identifies its presence 
by its effect on the senses when a person is exposed to it; 

"wholesale vendor" means a person who sells at wholesale. 



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R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 1; O. Reg. 252/81, s. 1; O. Reg. 70/84, 
s. 1. 

The Pesticides Advisory Committee 

2.— (1) The Committee shall meet, 

(a) at the request of the Minister; 

(b) at the request of the chair; or 

(c) at the request of any three members of the Committee. 
(2) The secretary of the Committee shall, 

(a) keep a record of all business transacted at a meeting of the 
Committee; 

(b) have the custody of all reports, submissions and correspon- 
dence received by the Committee; and 

(c) produce the records and other documents mentioned in 
clause (b) for inspection when requested by the Minister or 
an officer of the Ministry designated by the Minister. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 3. 

3.— (1) A member of the Committee shall be paid remuneration 
and expenses as follows: 

1. For each day of attendance, for a period in excess of three 
hours, at a meeting of the Committee, or upon other offi- 
cial business of the Committee, 

i. $300 if the member is the chair or the vice-chair act- 
ing as chair, 

ii. $250 if the member is the vice-chair, or 

iii. $200 in any other case. 

2. For each occasion that the member is engaged upon busi- 
ness of the Committee for a period in excess of one hour 
but not in excess of three hours for which remuneration 
would be paid under paragraph 1 except for the short dura- 
tion of the business proceedings, one-half of the daily rate 
set out in paragraph 1 . 

3. Paragraph 1 applies in like manner for each day that the 
member is engaged for a period in excess of three hours, in 
preparation for a meeting or other official business of the 
Committee. 

4. Paragraph 2 applies in like manner for each occasion that 
the member is engaged for a period in excess of one hour 
but not in excess of three hours, in preparation for a meet- 
ing or other official business of the Committee. 

5. Necessary travel and other allowable expenses incurred by 
the member in the performance of his or her duties as a 
member of the Committee. 

6. Paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4 do not apply to a member who is a 
Crown employee of the Government of Ontario or Canada 
who is a member in the course of his or her employment for 
the Crown. O. Reg. 25/88, s. 2,part; O. Reg. 43/90, s. 1. 

(2) No member receiving payment under paragraph 3 or 4 of sub- 
section (1) shall receive more than one day's payment with respect to 
any one day of meetings of the Committee, or upon other official 
business of the Committee. O. Reg. 25/88, s. 2, part. 

Application for Licence 

4. An application for a type of licence mentioned in column 1 of 



the following Table shall be in the form set opposite thereto in col- 
umn 2: 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Type of Licence 


Form of 
Application 
for Licence 


1. 


Operator (all classes) 


2 


2. 


Structural Exterminator (all classes) 


1 


3. 


Land Exterminator (all classes) 


1 


4. 


Water Exterminator (all classes) 


1 


5. 


Wholesale Vendor (all classes) 


8 


6. 


Retail Vendor (all classes) 


9 



R.R.O.1980, Reg. 751,5.5. 
General Requirements for Exterminator's Licence 
5.— (1) An applicant for any class of exterminator's licence shall, 

(a) submit to an examination referred to in section 12 and be 
recommended by the examiners as competent to hold the 
class of licence for which the applicant has applied; 

(b) have grade 10 standing or other qualifications considered by 
the Director to be equivalent thereto; and 

(c) be at least sixteen years of age. 

(2) In addition to the requirements mentioned in subsection (1), 
an applicant for any class of structural exterminator's licence shall 
meet the requirements of section 31. 

(3) Every applicant for an exterminator's licence and every exter- 
minator shall notify the Director of any change in the information 
furnished in or with the applicant's application within ten days after 
the effective date of the change. O. Reg. 714/88, s. 1. 

Licences and Fees 

6.— (1) The fee for each class of an operator's licence, or a 
renewal of any of them, is $36. 

(2) The fee for each class of exterminator's licence, or a renewal 
of any of them, is $90. 

(3) The fee for a wholesale vendor's licence, or a renewal 
thereof, is $900. 

(4) The fee for a limited wholesale vendor's licence, or a renewal 
thereof, is $180. 

(5) The fee for a retail vendor's licence. Class 1, or a renewal 
thereof, is $240. 

(6) The fee for a retail vendor's licence. Class 2, or a renewal 
thereof, is $150. 

(7) The fee for a retail vendor's licence. Class 3, or a renewal 
thereof, is $90. 

(8) The fee for a licence, or a renewal thereof, shall be submitted 
with the application for the licence or renewal. O. Reg. 714/88, 
s. 2, part. 

7. An operator's licence, or a renewal thereof, expires on the 



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15th day of February in the year following its issue. O. Reg. 
714/88, s. 2, part. 

8. An exterminator's licence or a vendor's licence, or a renewal of 
either of them, expires on the last day of the sixtieth month following 
the date upon which the licence or the renewal takes effect. 
O. Reg. 714/88, s. 2, pan. 

9.— (1) An application for a licence mentioned in column 1 of the 
Table of section 4, or a renewal thereof, shall be made to the Direc- 
tor. 

(2) An application for a renewal of a licence shall be made in the 
case of, 

(a) an operator's licence, at least thirty days prior to the expiry 
date of the licence; 

(b) an exterminator's licence, at least thirty days prior to the 
expiry date of the licence; and 

(c) a vendor's licence, at least sixty days prior to the expiry 
date of the licence. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 8. 

Examiners 

10.— (1) The Director shall appoint the examiners of applicants 
for licences. 

(2) The term of an apf)ointment as an examiner is three years and 
is subject to cancellation by the Director. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 9(1,2). 

(3) An examiner, other than one who is a Crown employee, shall 
be paid, for each day that he or she is engaged upon work as an 
examiner, 

(a) $100; and 

(b) necessary travelling and other expenses. O. Reg. 161/82, 
s. 2, revised. 

Examinations 

II.— (1) The fee for an examination for each class of licence is $30 
and shall be submitted together with the application. O. Reg. 

714/88, s. 3. 

(2) An applicant who fails to attend a scheduled examination and 
fails to contact the Director at least forty-eight hours before the time 
fixed for the examination, to notify the Director of the reason for the 
inability to attend, shall forfeit the examination fee and be required 
to pay a new examination fee. 

(3) An applicant who fails to attend a scheduled examination on 
two occasions within a six-month period shall forfeit the examination 
fee and, if required by the Director, shall submit a new application 
for the licence. O. Reg. 616/81, s. 2,part. 

(4) An applicant for a licence shall be given at least seven days 
notice of the date, time and place fixed for the examination. 

(5) No applicant shall be permitted to try an examination for a 
licence as an operator or for the same class of exterminator's licence 
more than twice in any period of twelve months. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 10(4,5). 

EXTERMINATOR'S LICENCE 

12. — (1) An oral examination for any class of exterminator's 
licence shall be given by at least two examiners. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. 11 (1). 

(2) An examination of an applicant for a licence to perform any 



class of structural exterminations may be a written examination, an 
oral examination or both. O. Reg. 252/81, s. 2. 

(3) An examination of an applicant for a licence to perform any 
class of land or water exterminations may be a written or oral exami- 
nation, or both. 

(4) At least one examiner or a person designated by the examin- 
ers shall be present at a written examination. 

(5) The examiners shall examine the applicant for any class of 
exterminator's licence on his or her knowledge of, 

(a) the provisions of the Act and the regulations thereunder; 

(b) the toxicity and hazard, first-aid and antidotes and the 
forms and methods of application of the pesticide or pesti- 
cides that the prescribed class of licence for which the appli- 
cant is applying shall entitle him or her to use; and 

(c) the identification, life history, habits, characteristics and 
control of pests that may be subject to extermination. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 11 (3-5). 

13. — (1) The Director may require an applicant for renewal of any 
class of exterminator's licence to pass an examination before renew- 
ing the licence. 

(2) When so required by the Director, an applicant for renewal of 
any class of exterminator's licence shall provide the Director with a 
report of a legally qualified medical practitioner establishing that the 
applicant is physically fit for the purpose of performing exter- 
minations. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 12. 

Operators' Licences 

14.— (1) An operator's licence, of the class prescribed in column 1 
of the following Table, is authority to operate an extermination busi- 
ness set out in column 2 thereof: 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Class of Operator's 
Licence 


Extermination Business 


1 


1 


Structural, land and water 
exterminations 


2 


2 


Structural and land exterminations 


3 


3 


Structural and water exterminations 


4 


4 


Land and water exterminations 


5 


5 


Structural exterminations 


6 


6 


Land exterminations 


7 


7 


Water exterminations 



(2) Every operator's licence shall have endorsed thereon the class 
of operator's licence for which it has been issued. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 13. 

IS.— (1) Every applicant for an operator's licence or a renewal 
thereof shall submit such information and material as the Director 
may require with respect to the character, qualifications and financial 
responsibility of the applicant or where the applicant is a corpora- 
tion, with respect to the character and qualifications of the directors 
and officers of the applicant and the financial responsibility of the 
applicant. 

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business in association with each other under the authority of one 
operator's Hcence it is a requirement for the Hcence that each of such 
persons signs the application for the licence. 

(3) Where the applicant is a corporation it shall designate on 
Form 2 the directors or officers who are the official representatives 
of the corporation and whose duty it is to ensure that the Act and the 
regulations thereunder are complied with and who shall sign the 
application. 

(4) Every operator shall notify the Director of any change in the 
information furnished in Form 2 or under section 18 within ten days 
after the effective date of the change. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 14. 

16.— (1) Upon receiving the application in Form 2, the Director 
may require the applicant to undergo an oral examination. 

(2) If an examination mentioned in subsection (I) is required by 
the Director, the notice mentioned in subsection 1 1 (4) shall set out 
any information or evidence in respect of the qualifications of the 
applicant to operate an extermination service that the Director may 
require the applicant to produce. 

(3) Where the applicant is a corporation, any examination 
required under subsection (1) shall be taken by the official represen- 
tative or representatives of the applicant designated under subsection 
15 (3). R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 15 (1-3). 

(4) At least two examiners shall examine an applicant for an 
operator's licence. O. Reg. 252/81, s. 3. 

17. An applicant for any class of operator's licence or a renewal 
thereof shall satisfy the Director that the applicant is at least eighteen 
years of age or, in the case of a corporation that the official represen- 
tatives are each at least eighteen years of age. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. 16. 



Insurance Requirements 

20.— (1) An operator shall carry insurance in a form approved by 
the Superintendent of Insurance of the Province of Ontario for every 
extermination business carried on by the operator with respect to the 
liability of the operator and all of the operator's employees arising 
out of any extermination business carried on by the operator for 
death, injury or property damage. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), where an operator carries on an 
extermination business, the liability coverage provided by the con- 
tract of insurance required under subsection (1) shall be in an 
amount of not less than $25,000 to each employee of the operator 
provided that the contract of insurance may limit the insurer's liabil- 
ity under the contract of insurance arising out of any one incident to 
$50,000. 

(3) Where an operator furnishes satisfactory evidence that the 
operator's business is subject to Part I of the iVorkers' Compensation 
Act and that the operator is paying all amounts due under Part I of 
the Workers' Compensation Act as they fall due then so long as the 
operator continues to pay all such amounts as they fall due and to 
comply with all the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act the 
operator is exempt from subsection (2). 

(4) Where an operator carries on an extermination business for 
which the operator is the holder of a Class 1, 2, 3 or 5 operator's 
licence, the contract of insurance required under subsection (I) shall 
provide coverage in an amount of not less than, 

(a) $300,000 with respect to the death of or bodily injury to any 
person not an employee of the operator for each such per- 
son provided that the contract of insurance may limit the 
insurer's liability under the contract of insurance arising out 
of any one incident to $500,000; and 

(b) $200,000 with respect to property damage arising out of any 
one incident. 



18.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), the Director may require an 
applicant for any class of operator's licence or renewal thereof to 
appear before the Director and submit evidence and information 
respecting the qualifications of the applicant and any other person 
involved in the control and management of the extermination busi- 
ness. 

(2) At least seven days before the appearance mentioned in sub- 
section (1) the applicant shall be given notice of, 

(a) the date, time and place fixed for his or her appearance 
before the Director; and 

(b) the particulars of the information and evidence that the 
Director may require the applicant to produce. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 17. 

19.— (1) Every operator shall employ at least one licensed exter- 
minator for every three or fewer employees who assist in performing 
exterminations. O. Reg. 252/81, s. 4. 

(2) An operator who carries on business at more than one loca- 
tion shall, 

(a) have a licensed exterminator in charge at each location who 
is normally present at least once during each business day; 

(b) notify the Director of the address of each location and the 
name of the licensed exterminator in charge at each loca- 
tion; and 

(c) notify the Director of any change in the information fur- 
nished under clause (b) within ten days after the effective 
date of the change. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 18(2). 



(5) Where an operator carries on an extermination business for 
which the operator is the holder of a Class 4, 6 or 7 operator's licence 
and is not the holder of a Class 1, 2, 3 or 5 operator's licence, the 
contract of insurance required under subsection (1) shall provide 
coverage in an amount of not less than, 

(a) $100,000 with respect to the death or bodily injury to any 
person not an employee of the operator for each such per- 
son provided that the contract of insurance may limit the 
insurer's liability under the contract of insurance arising out 
of any one incident to $200,000; and 

(b) $10,000 with respect to property damage arising out of any 
one incident. 

(6) The contract of insurance required under subsection (1) may 
provide that the insured shall be responsible for the first $250 of each 
claim for which an amount of coverage is required under subsections 
(4) and (5). 

(7) Where a contract of insurance required by subsection (1) lim- 
its the insurer's liability to an aggregate amount, except as permitted 
by subsections (2), (4) and (5), the contract shall contain a provision 
requiring the insurer to notify the Director of all sums of money paid 
by reason of the liability of the insured. 

(8) Where an operator has a contract of insurance which is 
required to have the provision referred to in subsection (7), the oper- 
ator shall advise the Director of all sums of money paid under the 
contract of insurance. 

(9) Every contract of insurance furnished in satisfaction of the 
requirements of this section shall provide that, 

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to the Director prior to any cancellation of the contract by 
the insurer or the insured taking effect; 

(b) the contract of insurance shall remain in full force and 
effect until the notice provided for in clause (a) has expired; 
and 

(c) the insurer shall pay any claims covered by the contract of 
insurance to any person making such a claim who has recov- 
ered a judgment thereon despite any act or default of the 
insured which might make the policy void or give the 
insurer a defence to an action by the insured provided that 
such provision shall not limit the insurer's right to recover 
any payment so made from the insured. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 19. 

Classes of Pesticides 

21.— (1) For the purposes of the Act and this Regulation pesti- 
cides are classified as follows: 

1. The pesticides set out in Schedule 1 are classified as Sched- 
ule 1 pesticides. 

2. The pesticides set out in Schedule 2 are classified as Sched- 
ule 2 pesticides. 

3. The pesticides set out in Schedule 3 are classified as Sched- 
ule 3 pesticides. 

4. The pesticides set out in Schedule 4 are classified as Sched- 
ule 4 pesticides. 

5. The pesticides set out In Schedule 5 are classified as Sched- 
ule 5 pesticides. 

6. The pesticides set out in Schedule 6 are classified as Sched- 
ule 6 pesticides. 

7. The pesticides described in subsection (2) are classified as 
interim status pesticides. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 20; 
O. Reg. 223/86, s. 1 (^), revised. 

(2) An interim status pesticide is a pesticide that is, 

(a) registered and assigned a registration number under the 
Pest Control Products Act (Canada); and 

(b) listed in The Ontario Gazette as a proposed addition to a 
specified Schedule to this Regulation. 

(3) For the purposes of clause (2) (b), a pesticide is deemed to be 
not listed if, 

(a) a revocation of the listing is published in The Ontario 
Gazette; 

(b) eighteen months have expired since the listing was pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette; or 

(c) the listed pesticide is placed in a Schedule to this Regula- 
tion. 

(4) Every person using, storing, displaying, selling or transport- 
ing an interim status pesticide as if it were a pesticide in the Schedule 
specified in The Ontario Gazette is exempt from the Act and this 
Regulation for that use, storage, display, sale or transportation. 
O. Reg. 223/86, s. I (2). 

22.— (1) Subject to subsection (3), no person shall use any pesti- 
cide in an extermination unless it is registered under the Pest Control 
Products Act (Canada) and assigned a registration number under 
that Act and is classified under this Regulation. 



(2) Subject to subsection (3), no person shall use in an extermina- 
tion any pesticide, 

(a) for any purpose other than that for which the pesticide is 
sold or represented; 

(b) in any manner other than that designated on the conditions 
of registration; and 

(c) for any purpose other than that for which the pesticide is 
authorized for use under this Regulation. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 21 (1,2). 

(3) A person is exempt from subsections (1) and (2) and from 
subsections 5 (1) and 7 (1) of the Act for an extermination using a 
pesticide for the purpose of research or a test, 

(a) by a research centre, university or other institution of learn- 
ing, a professional researcher from industry or the Govern- 
ment of Ontario, the Government of Canada or a person 
under the supervision or authority of a professional 
researcher from industry or the Government of Ontario or 
the Government of Canada, on the premises of such centre 
or institution, or on experimental premises obtained for this 
purpose; or 

(b) where approval of the extermination has been obtained 
from the Director at least seven days before the extermina- 
tion is performed. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 21 (3), 
revised. 

(4) Where an extermination is performed under subsection (3) on 
a food, feed or tobacco crop, the crop, if any, remaining at the con- 
clusion of the research or test shall be destroyed by the person 
responsible for the extermination unless an alternative method for 
the disposal of the crop is approved by the Director. O. Reg. 
252/81, s. 5. 

(5) Despite subsection (1) and subject to subsections (2) and (7), 
an agriculturist may use on the agriculturist's farm land an imported 
pesticide that is identical with both a pesticide registered under the 
Pest Control Products Act (Canada) and a pesticide classified under 
this Regulation. 

(6) Every pesticide imported by an agriculturist for use on the 
agriculturist's farm land is prescribed for the purpose of subsection 
7(1) of the Act. 

(7) An agriculturist shall not use a pesticide mentioned in subsec- 
tion (6) unless the agriculturist has applied for a permit in Form 3 
and is the holder of a permit for the land extermination. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 21 (5-7). 

23. A water treatment chemical is exempted from the Act and 
this Regulation if its use is authorized under the Ontario Water 
Resources Act by an approval or a permit to take water for the pur- 
pose of discouraging or eliminating the attachment of molluscs to 
works under that Act. O. Reg. 358/90, s. 1. 

24. No person shall use water from a lake, river or other surface 
water in performing exterminations unless the equipment used in the 
extermination is equipped with an effective device to prevent 
back-flow. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 22. 

25. No person shall wash any equipment used to perform an 
extermination in any lake, river or other surface water or in such a 
manner that any pesticide may be directly or indirectly discharged or 
deposited in any lake, river or other surface water. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 23. 

Containers 

26.— (1) No person, other than a wholesale vendor or a limited 
wholesale vendor, shall have possession of a pesticide other than in 
the container in which it was originally offered for sale. 



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(2) Subsection (I) does not apply to a person, 

(a) who is performing an extermination in accordance with the 
Act and this Regulation; or 



(b) who places the pesticide into a secondary container of a 
type and composition that is customarily used or approved 
by the manufacturer of the pesticide for that pesticide and 
bears a label in English denoting the trade name or com- 
mon name and concentration of each active ingredient in 
the pesticide product. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 24. 

27.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), an empty container that has 
been used to hold a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide shall be disposed of. 



(a) by puncturing or breaking and burying the container in such 
a manner that it is covered by at least 50 centimetres of soil 
and is not near any watercourse or water table; or 



(b) where the container is constructed of paper or cardboard, 
by burning, in circumstances that persons and animals are 
kept out of any resultant smoke and any resultant smoke is 
directed away from buildings, highways, roads or outdoor 
areas frequented by the public. 



(2) An empty container that has been used to hold a Schedule 1, 
2 or 5 pesticide need not be disposed of if it has been decontaminated 
in a manner approved by the Director. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 25. 



28. Where the original container of a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide 
is damaged or broken, the person responsible for the pesticide shall, 
under the direction of the person who has registered the pesticide 
under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada), and to the satisfac- 
tion of the Director, 



(a) replace the container with a container equivalent to that 
originally used; or 

(b) dispose of the container and its contents by burying them 
under fifty centimetres of soil in such a manner that they 
are not near any watercourse or water table; and 

(c) clean up any spillage and decontaminate any area, carrier 
or commodity that has come in contact with the pesticide. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 26; O. Reg. 252/81, s. 6. 

Fires, Accidents, Thefts 

29.— (1) If a pesticide is involved in a fire or other occurrence that 
may result in the pesticide being released into the environment other 
than in the normal course of affairs, the person responsible for a pes- 
ticide shall forthwith notify the Director. 

(2) The person responsible for a pesticide shall forthwith notify 
the Director whenever any pesticide is stolen or otherwise passes out 
of the person's possession or control other than in the normal course 
of affairs. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 27. 

Structural Exterminations 



30.— (1) A structural exterminator's licence of the class prescribed 
in column 1 of the following Table is authority to use a pesticide pre- 
scribed in column 2 thereof under the conditions of use set out in col- 
umn 3 thereof: 



TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Class of Structural 

Exterminator's 

Licence 


Pesticide 
Authorized for Use 


Conditions of Use 


1 


1 


Schedules 1, 2, 3, 
4, 5 and 6 


Any structural use 
except termite 
control 


2 


2 


i. Schedules 2, 3, 
4 and 6 


Any structural use 
except termite 
control 


ii. Schedules 1 
and 5 


Assisting Class 1 

Structural 

Exterminator 


3 


3 


i. Schedules 3, 4 
and 6 


Any structural use 
except termite 
control 


ii. Schedule 2 


Assisting Class 2 

Structural 

Exterminator 


4 


4 


i. Schedules 3, 4 
and 6 


Assisting Class 3 

Structural 

Exterminator 


ii. Pesticide(s) 
stipulated on 
licence 


Assisting Class 5 
or Class 6 
Structural 
Exterminator 


5 


5 


Pesticide(s) 
stipulated on 
licence 


Control of 
termites and other 
wood-destroying 
insects 


6 


6 


Pesticide(s) 
stipulated on 
licence 


Use, premises and 
equipment 
stipulated on 
licence 



(2) Every structural exterminator's licence shall have endorsed 
thereon the class of exterminator's licence for which it has been 
issued. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 28. 

Structural Exterminator's Licence Requirements 

31.— (1) An applicant for a Class 1 structural exterminator's 
licence is required to, 

(a) be licensed as a Class 2 structural exterminator at the time 
of the application, and have assisted a Class 1 structural 
exterminator for a minimum period of six months; or 

(b) satisfy the Director that he or she has sufficient knowledge 
and experience to be licensed as a Class 1 structural exter- 
minator. 

(2) An applicant for a Class 2 structural exterminator's licence is 
required to, 

(a) be licensed as a Class 3 structural exterminator at the time 
of the application, and to have assisted a Class 2 structural 
exterminator for a minimum period of six months; or 

(b) satisfy the Director that he or she has sufficient knowledge 
and experience to be licensed as a Class 2 structural exter- 
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(3) An applicant for a Class 3 structural exterminator's licence is 
required to, 

(a) have been licensed as a Class 4 structural exterminator at 
the time of the application, and to have assisted a Class 3 
structural exterminator for a minimum period of one year; 
or 

(b) satisfy the Director that he or she has sufficient knowledge 
and experience to be licensed as a Class 3 structural exter- 
minator. 

(4) An applicant for a Class 5 structural exterminator's licence is 
required to, 

(a) have been licensed as a Class 4 structural exterminator at 
the time of the application, and to have assisted a Class 5 
structural exterminator for a minimum period of six 
months; or 

(b) satisfy the Director that he or she has sufficient knowledge 
and experience to be licensed as a Class 5 structural exter- 
minator. 

(5) An applicant for a Class 6 structural exterminator's licence is 
required to, 

(a) have been licensed as a Class 4 structural exterminator at 
the time of the application and to have assisted a Class 6 
structural exterminator for a minimum period of six 
months; or 

(b) satisfy the Director that he or she has sufficient knowledge 
and experience to be licensed as a Class 6 structural 
exterminator. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 29. 

General Requirements for Structural 
Extermination Permits 

32.— (1) A structural extermination by means of a Schedule 1, 2, 3 
or 5 pesticide is prescribed for the purpose of subsection 7 (1) of the 
Act. 

(2) Subject to section 35, an application for a permit for a struc- 
tural extermination by means of a pesticide mentioned in subsection 
(1) shall be in Form 10. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 30. 

33. — (1) A holder of any class of structural exterminator's licence 
authorized to use a Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide is exempt from subsec- 
tion 7 ( 1 ) of the Act for the structural extermination by means of that 
pesticide. 

(2) Any person exempt from the licensing requirement of subsec- 
tion 5 (1) of the Act for a structural extermination by means of a 
Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide is also exempt from subsection 7 (1) of the 
Act for that extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 31. 

Structural Extermination Use and Permit Requirements 

FOR Methyl Bromide, Aluminum Phosphide and 

Cyanide Compounds 

34.— (1) Sections 35 to 43 apply to structural exterminations in 
which any Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide containing methyl bromide or 
cyanide compounds is used. 

(2) Sections .35, 36, 39, 40, 41 and 42 and subsections 43 (1), (4) 
and (5) apply to structural exterminations in which any Schedule 1 or 
S pesticide containing aluminum phosphide is used in a general space 
fumigation of a building or a portion thereof. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. .32. 

35.— (1) An application for a permit for a structural extermination 
by means of a pesticide mentioned in section 34 shall be in Form 4. 



(2) Every applicant for a permit mentioned in subsection (1) 
shall, 

(a) be licensed as a Class 1 structural exterminator; or 

(b) be licensed as a Class 5 or 6 structural exterminator and 
authorized to use the pesticide mentioned in the application 
for the permit. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 33. 

36.— (1) At least twenfy-four hours before but not more than 
seven days before performing an extermination with a pesticide men- 
tioned in section 34, the exterminator shall deliver a notice in writ- 
ing, 

(a) to every occupant eighteen years of age and over in the 
building or vehicle or on the land where the extermination 
is to be performed; 

(b) to at least one occupant eighteen years of age or over, 

(i) of every building adjoining the building where the 
extermination is to be performed, and 

(ii) of every building so located that the extermination 
constitutes an actual or potential hazard to its occu- 
pants; and 

(c) to the nearest police and fire department having jurisdiction 
where the structural extermination is to be performed. 

(2) Clause (1) (a) does not apply to a commercial or industrial 
building where notice has been given to the owner of the building or 
his representative. 

(3) Every notice under subsection ( 1 ) shall set out, 

(a) the address where the extermination is to be performed; 

(b) that there is danger of poisonous gas; 

(c) the date when it is proposed to perform the extermination; 

(d) that occupants are to vacate and remain out of the build- 
ings, vehicles or lands during the periods of extermination 
and airing-out; and 

(e) such other information as the Director may require. 

(4) The exterminator shall ensure that the buildings, vehicles or 
lands referred to in this section are unoccupied during the periods of 
extermination and airing-out. 

(5) Within seven days after the extermination has been com- 
pleted, the exterminator shall so notify the Director. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 34. 

37. When the pesticide being used in an extermination is in the 
form of a gas and is not a warning gas, the exterminator shall release 
a warning gas with the release of the pesticide. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. 35. 

38. No person shall use a pesticide containing a cyanide com- 
pound for an extermination in any building or vehicle where the pes- 
ticide may come in contact with the waters of any stream, lake or 
water flowing into any stream or lake. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 36. 

39. Before an extermination is performed by means of a pesticide 
mentioned in section 34 in a building or vehicle the exterminator 
shall, 

(a) seal all openings into the area in which the extermination is 
to be performed, including drains, ducts, vents and cracks 
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(b) remove from the area all water and food likely to absorb 
the gas being used. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 37. 

40.— (1) Before performing an extermination by means of a pesti- 
cide mentioned in section 34, the exterminator shall post a placard at 
least thirty-five centimetres long and twenty-five centimetres wide, 

(a) at all entrances to the building or vehicle and land on which 
the extermination is to be performed and bearing the word 
"danger" in red letters at least seven centimetres high on a 
white background and indicating that an extermination is 
being performed on the premises and setting out the name 
of the exterminator and the exterminator's emergency tele- 
phone number; and 

(b) at all entrances to buildings designated in clause 36 (1) (b) 
bearing the word "danger" in green letters at least seven 
centimetres high on a white background and indicating that 
an extermination is being performed in an adjoining 
building. O. Reg. 252/81, s. 7. 

(2) The exterminator shall ensure that the placards posted under 
subsection (1) are illuminated from sundown to sunrise. 

(3) The exterminator shall ensure that no placard is removed and 
the building or vehicle is not reoccupied until the airing-out is 
completed. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 38 (2, 3). 

41.— (1) The exterminator shall ensure that no person enters or 
remains in a building or vehicle where an extermination is being or 
has been performed using a pesticide mentioned in section 34 until 
the airing-out is completed in accordance with section 43 except, 

(a) the exterminator; 

(b) a provincial officer designated under the Act; 

(c) a full-time firefighter as defined in the Fire Departments 
Act; or 

(d) a member of any police force established under the Police 
Services Act. 

(2) During the period mentioned in subsection (1) the extermina- 
tor shall, 

(a) lock all doors and entrances to the building or vehicle; and 

(b) post adult guards in a manner sufficient to prevent any per- 
son, other than those mentioned in subsection (1), from 
entering the building or vehicle. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 39. 

42. The exterminator shall ensure that no person mentioned in 
subsection 41(1) enters or remains in the building or vehicle after an 
extermination therein is commenced and before the airing-out is 
completed under section 43 unless the person employs adequate 
respiratory protection and is accompanied by at least one other adult 
person mentioned in subsection 41 (1) similarly protected. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 40. 

43.— (1) Where an extermination by means of a pesticide men- 
tioned in section 34 is completed, the exterminator shall, 

(a) remove and bury under at least fifty centimetres of soil, and 
not near any watercourse or water table, all substances used 
for the extermination or for sealing openings; 

(b) circulate fresh air to every air space in the buildings or vehi- 
cles described in section 36; and 

(c) make the test prescribed in subsection (2), (3) or (4), as the 
case may be. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 41 (1); O. Reg. 

252/81, s. 8. 



(2) Where a pesticide containing methyl bromide is used in the 
extermination, the exterminator shall make tests by means of a hal- 
ide-leak detector for the detection of the presence of methyl bromide 
gas at the floor level of each room, basement, closet, attic and any 
other enclosed space in the building or vehicle in which the extermi- 
nation was performed. 

(3) Where a pesticide containing a cyanide compound is used in 
the extermination, the exterminator shall make tests for the detec- 
tion of the presence of hydrocyanic acid gas in the building or vehicle 
in which the extermination was performed by means of glass detector 
tubes used for determining concentrations of hydrocyanic acid gas at, 

(a) each wall in every room, closet or other enclosed space; 

(b) each floor and wall in the basement; and 

(c) each ceiling and wall of every attic room. 

(4) Where a pesticide containing aluminum phosphide is used in 
the extermination, the exterminator shall make tests for the detec- 
tion of the presence of phosphine gas in the building or vehicle in 
which the extermination was performed by means of glass detector 
tubes used for determining the concentrations of phosphine gas. 

(5) The airing-out of the building or vehicle is not completed, 

(a) where a pesticide containing methyl bromide has been used 
and the flame of the halide-leak detector changes to a 
greenish colour; 

(b) where a pesticide containing a cyanide compound has been 
used and a reaction shows in detector tubes to ten or more 
PPM of hydrocyanic acid gas; or 

(c) where a pesticide containing aluminum phosphide has been 
used and a reaction shows in detector tubes to 0.3 PPM or 
more of phosphine gas. 

(6) During the extermination and until the airing-out is com- 
pleted in accordance with this section, no person shall move the vehi- 
cle, if any, without the permission of the Director. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 41 (2-6). 

Methyl Bromide, Aluminum Phosphide and Cyanide 
Compounds Permit Exemptions 

44.— (1) Subject to subsection (3), an exterminator is exempt 
from subsection 7 (1) of the Act and from sections 36, 39, 41 and 42 
of this Regulation for an extermination by means of a pesticide men- 
tioned in section 34, in an enclosed space or vault that, 

(a) is gas tight; and 

(b) where the enclosed space or vault is inside or opens into a 
building, is equipped in accordance with subsection (2), 

if the exterminator, 

(c) has adequate respiratory protection on his or her person 
during the extermination; 

(d) before a gas is released searches the enclosed space or vault 
to ensure that it contains no person; 

(e) locks the door by a padlock and keeps the keys in his or her 
possession; 

(f) is present during the airing-out period; and 

(g) performs the tests prescribed in subsections 43 (2), (3) and 
(4), as the case may be, to determine whether the airing-out 
period is completed. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 42 (1), 
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(2) The enclosed space or vault that is inside or opens into a 
building, mentioned in subsection (1), shall be equipped with, 

(a) a sheet metal lining having soldered joints and covering the 
walls and ceilings or any other lining that is equivalent in 
the opinion of the Director; 

(b) a concrete floor or wooden floor of which the joints are 
made gastight; 

(c) a rubber gasket around the perimeter of all doors; 

(d) an exhaust fan controlled by a switch from outside the 
enclosed space or vault capable of giving ten changes of air 
per hour and discharging exhaust gases into outside atmo- 
sphere at a point removed from any door, windows or 
openings; and 

(e) provision to introduce gas from outside the enclosed space 
or vault. 

(3) Before the initial use for an extermination of the enclosed 
space or vault mentioned in subsection (1), the exterminator shall 
notify the Director and shall not proceed with the extermination 
until the Director has approved the construction and equipment of 
the enclosed space or vauh as required by this section. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 42(2,3). 

45.— (1) An exterminator is exempt from subsection 7 (1) of the 
Act and sections 36, 39, 41 and 42 of this Regulation for an extermi- 
nation by means of a pesticide containing methyl bromide where the 
gas is enclosed under a gas-tight covering and the extermination 
takes place, 

(a) outside a building while, 

(i) the exterminator and at least one other exterminator 
is present during the airing-out, and 

(ii) all persons present during the introduction of the gas 
and airing-out period employ adequate respiratory 
protection; or 

(b) inside a building that is separate from any other building 
and, 

(i) no person other than persons engaged in the exter- 
mination is present during the extermination and air- 
ing-out, 

(ii) no part is used for human habitation, 

(iii) the exterminator and at least one other exterminator 
is present during the introduction of gas and airing 
out, and 

(iv) all persons present during the introduction of the gas 
and airing-out period employ adequate respiratory 
protection. 

(2) An exterminator is exempt from subsection 7 (1) of the Act 
and sections 36, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43 of this Regulation for an exter- 
mination of rodents in burrows in the ground by the use of a Sched- 
ule 1 or S pesticide containing aluminum phosphide or a cyanide 
compound where, 

(a) the burrows do not open into a building; and 

(b) the exterminator has adequate respiratory protection on his 
or her person during the extermination. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 43 (1, 2), revised. 

(3) Where an extermination of a commodity is performed in a 
railway car, shipping container truck, storage bin or under a gas-tight 
plastic tarpaulin by means of a Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide containing 



aluminum phosphide, the exterminator is exempt from subsection 
7 (1) of the Act, and from sections 36, 40, 41, 42 and 43 of this Regu- 
lation for that extermination, but the exterminator shall, 

(a) perform the extermination other than in a room which is 
used for human habitation; 

(b) have adequate respiratory protection on his or her person; 
and 

(c) post a placard at least fourteen inches long and ten inches 
wide at all entrances to the building or vehicle on which the 
extermination is to be performed and bearing the word 
"danger' in red letters at least 2'/2 inches high on a white 
background and indicating that an extermination is being 
performed on the premises. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 43 (3). 

Use Restrictions of Termiticides 

46.— (1) No person shall apply a Schedule 1 or 2 pesticide contain- 
ing chlordane, aldrin or dieldrin in an extermination against termites, 

(a) in or to a building or structure, including any crawlspace, 
wall void or support post in the building or structure; 

(b) to soil located underneath basement slabs or slab-on-grade 
construction; or 

(c) within 50 centimetres of a fault or crack in a foundation wall 
of a building or structure, unless the fault or crack has been 
repaired sufficiently to prevent entry of the pesticide into 
the building or structure. 

(2) Clause (1) (b) does not prohibit the application of a Schedule 
1 or 2 pesticide containing chlordane, aldrin or dieldrin in an exter- 
mination against termites to soil that is intended to be covered, after 
the application, by basement slabs or slab-on-grade construction. 
O. Reg. 42/90, s. 1. 

Use Restrictions of Thallium Sulphate, 
Strychnine and Zinc Phosphide 

47. No Schedule 1, 2, 3, 5 or 6 pesticide containing thallium sul- 
phate, strychnine or zinc phosphide shall be used for an extermina- 
tion, 

(a) in a room while it is being used for human habitation; or 

(b) in such a manner as to come in contact with or be likely to 
come in contact with food or drink intended for human or 
animal consumption. R.R.O. 1980, Reg 751, s. 44. 

48. Where a pesticide mentioned in section 47 is used in a struc- 
tural extermination, the exterminator shall, 

(a) keep, during the period of extermination, a record of the 
number and location of the baits used in the extermination; 
and 

(b) remove every bait from the area when the extermination is 
completed. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 45. 

Use Restrictions of Lindane 

49.— (1) No person shall use lindane in the form of a vapour in an 
extermination in a building that is occupied unless, 

(a) the building is not sealed so as to impede the normal change 
of air in the building; and 

(b) the amount of vapour released in a twenty-four hour period 
does not exceed the amount produced by one gram of lin- 
dane for each 500 cubic metres of space in the room in 
which the vapour is generated. O. Reg. 602/88. s. 1. 



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(2) No person shall release lindane in the form of a vapour in an 
extermination at a rate greater than that set out in clause (1) (b) 
unless, 

(a) the area in which the extermination is performed is vacant 
from the time the vapour is released until the area has been 
aired-out by free circulation of air for one hour; and 

(b) all surfaces in the area likely to come into contact with food 
are washed. 

(3) No person shall use a lindane vapourizer, 

(a) where any food is prepared, stored or served; or 

(b) in any rooms which are occupied by a person. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 46(2,3). 

Use Restrictions of Schedule 1, 2 or 5 Pesticides 
AS A Suspension in Air 

SO. No exterminator shall use a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide as a 
suspension in air in a structural extermination unless he or she is 
accompanied by at least one other adult person. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 47. 

51.— (1) Before a structural extermination is performed by means 
of a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide as a suspension in air the extermina- 
tor shall, 

(a) lock from the outside all doors, except one leading into the 
building in which the extermination is to be performed; 

(b) post on the outside of all doors leading into the building a 
placard, 

(i) that is at least thirty-five centimetres long and 
twenty-five centimetres wide, and 

(ii) that bears the words "danger— poisonous substances 
being used inside" in red block letters at least seven 
centimetres in height on a white background; and 



(c) ensure that the building is vacant, 
s. 48(1);0. Reg. 252/81, s. 10. 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 



(2) After a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide as a suspension in air is 
released in a building, the exterminator shall lock the door except in 
clause (1) (a). R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 48 (2). 

52. An exterminator who performs an extermination in a building 
by means of a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide as a suspension in air shall 
not permit any person to enter the building until the building is free 
of the pesticide as a suspension in air. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 49. 

53. When a structural extermination by means of a Schedule 1, 2 
or 5 pesticide as a suspension in air is completed, the exterminator 
shall forthwith bury all material being discarded under at least fifty 
centimetres of soil in such a manner as not to be near any surface 
water or water table. O. Reg. 252/81, s. 11. 

Use Restrictions of Spot Fumigants 

54. Where an extermination is performed by means of a pesticide 
containing ethylene dichloride, ethylene dibromide or carbon tetra- 
chloride, the exterminator shall, 

(a) perform the extermination other than in a room which is 
used for human habitation; 

(b) employ adequate respiratory protection; 

(c) exclude all persons not engaged in the extermination from 
the area during the extermination; 



(d) be accompanied by at least one other person employing 
adequate respiratory protection; and 

(e) post a placard at least thirty-five centimetres long and 
twenty-five centimetres wide at all entrances to the building 
or vehicle and land on which the extermination is to be per- 
formed and bearing the word "danger" in red letters at 
least seven centimetres high on a white background and 
indicating that an extermination is being performed on the 
premises. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 51; O. Reg. 252/81, 
s. 12. 

55. Where a person performs an extermination in a building or 
enclosure by means of a pesticide containing chloropicrin, the person 
shall ensure that, 

(a) no person is in the building or any adjoining building; 

(b) adequate respiratory protection is on his or her person at all 
times; and 

(c) the building or enclosure is free from chloropicrin before 
any other person is allowed to enter. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. 52. 

Structural Extermination Licence Exemptions 

56. A person is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for an 
extermination by means of a Schedule 3 pesticide if the person, 

(a) is a householder and performs the extermination in the 
house which he or she occupies; or 

(b) is a tenant of an apartment or flat which he or she has 
rented and performs the extermination in the apartment or 
flat occupied by him or her. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 53, revised. 

57. — ( 1 ) Where a person performs an extermination by means of a 
Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide on premises owned or occupied by him or 
her or by a person of whom he or she is the full-time employee, the 
person is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for that extermina- 
tion. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies in respect of an extermination of a ten- 
anted apartment in an apartment building only if the person who per- 
forms the extermination is the tenant. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 54. 

58.— (1) Where a person performs an extermination on animals 
within a farm structure by means of a Schedule 3, 4 or 6 pesticide and 
is licensed as a Class 5 or 10 land exterminator authorized to use the 
pesticide being used in the extermination, the person is exempt from 
being licensed as a structural exterminator for such extermination. 

(2) An agriculturist or full-time employee of an agriculturist who 
performs an extermination on animals within a farm structure occu- 
pied by him or her, by means of a Schedule 3, 4 or 6 pesticide, is 
exempt from being licensed as a structural exterminator for that 
extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 55. 

59. Where a person is licensed as a Class 10 land exterminator 
and performs an extermination in a farm structure with a pesticide 
mentioned in section 34, he or she is exempt from being licensed as a 
structural exterminator for that extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. 56. 

60. An exterminator is exempt from the permit requirement of 
subsection 7 (1) of the Act and sections 36, 39, 41 and 42 of this Reg- 
ulation for an extermination in or upon an installation or machinery 
that is a fixture in a building using a pesticide containing both methyl 
bromide and a pesticide mentioned in section 54, provided that the 
methyl bromide does not exceed 30 per cent by weight of the pesti- 
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(a) performs the extermination wholly within one room or a 
group of connected rooms, none of which is used for human 
habitation; 

(b) employs adequate respiratory protection; and 

(c) excludes all persons not engaged in the extermination from 
the room during the extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s . 57, revised. 

61. Where a person is the holder of a permit for a structural 
extermination by means of a Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide, he or she is 
exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for that extermination. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 58. 

62. — (1) In this section, "DDT" means a pesticide containing the 
active ingredient dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane. 

(2) No person shall use, handle, store, sell, transport or dispose 
of DDT except in accordance with this section. 

(3) DDT may be managed and disposed of as a hazardous waste 
in accordance with the Environmental Protection Act and the regula- 
tions thereunder. O. Reg. 717/88, s. \,part. 

Land Exterminations 

63.— (1) A land exterminator's licence of the class prescribed in 
column 1 of the following Table is authority to use the pesticide pre- 
scribed in column 2 thereof under the conditions of use set out in col- 
umn 3 thereof: 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Class of Land 

Exterminator's 

Licence 


Pesticide 
Authorized for Use 


Conditions of Use 


1 


1 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 
and 6 pesticides 
that are 
herbicides 


Non-agricultural 
use 


2 


2 


Schedules 3, 4 and 
6 pesticides that 
are herbicides 


Non-agricultural 
use 


3 


3 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 
and 6 pesticides 
other than 
herbicides 


Non-agricultural 
use 


4 


4 


Schedules 3, 4 and 
6 pesticides other 
than herbicides 


Non-agricultural 
use 


5 


5 


Schedules 2, 3, 4, 
5 and 6 pesticides 
other than 
herbicides 


Agricultural land 


6 


6 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 
and 6 pesticides 
that are 
herbicides 


Agricultural land 


7 


7 


Schedules 2, 3, 4, 
5 and 6 pesticides 
other than 
herbicides 


From an airborne 
machine 


8 


8 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 
and 6 pesticides 
that are 
herbicides 


From an airborne 
machine 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Class of Land 

Exterminator's 

Licence 


Pesticide 
Authorized for Use 


Conditions of Use 


9 


9 


Schedules 2, 3, 4, 
5 and 6 pesticides 
other than 
herbicides 


Air-blast 
machines and 
power dusters 


10 


10 


Pesticide(s) 
stipulated on 
licence 


Use, premises 
and/or equipment 
stipulated on 
licence 



(2) Every land exterminator's licence shall have endorsed 
thereon the class of land exterminator's licence for which it has been 
issued. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 59. 

Land Extermination 
Notification Requirements- General 

64. In sections 65 to 80, 

"application area" means land on which it is intended to perform a 
land extermination; 

"public thoroughfare" includes a highway and any land over which 
the public has a general right of access but does not include a rest 
area, picnic area or other area on a highway where the public is 
invited to stop. O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

Land Extermination 
Notification Requirements— Public Areas 

65.— (1) No person shall perform a land extermination by means 
of a Schedule 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide without giving public notice 
in accordance with sections 66, 67, 68 and 72 to 77. 

(2) No holder of an exterminator's licence shall perform a land 
extermination by means of a Schedule 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide with- 
out advising the owner, occupier or person having the charge, man- 
agement or control of the application area who caused the extermi- 
nation to be performed in writing of the requirements of section 73. 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply in respect of land exter- 
minations on, 

(a) land in respect of which substantial measures, such as fenc- 
ing, have been taken to exclude the public; 

(b) land used for agricultural or forestry production; 

(c) all of that part of the King's Highway known as the Queen 
Elizabeth Way and that part of the King's Highway known 
by a number in the 400 series other than rest areas, picnic 
areas and other areas on the King's Highway where the 
public is invited to stop; or 

(d) a lot or parcel of land on which there are no commercial or 
industrial buildings, and on which there is at least one and 
there are no more than four dwelling units. 

(4) Subsection (2) does not apply where the person performing 
the land extermination is, 

(a) an owner of the application area; 

(b) an occupier of the application area; 

(c) a person having the charge, management or conlrol of the 
application area; or 



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(d) a full-time employee of a person described in clauses (a) to 
(c). O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

66.— (1) Signs giving public notice of a land extermination shall be 
posted conspicuously at all ordinary points of access, if any, to the 
application area. 

(2) Where there are no ordinary points of access to the applica- 
tion area, and there is a larger area of land that includes the applica- 
tion area and that is under the same ownership, management, charge 
or control as the application area, signs shall be posted conspicuously 
at all ordinary points of access, if any, to that larger area. O. Reg. 
250/90, s. \,patl. 

67.— (1) Signs giving public notice of a land extermination shall be 
posted conspicuously at least every 100 metres along the perimeter of 
the application area. 

(2) Subsection (I) does not apply in respect of any part of the 
perimeter along which there is a barrier that can reasonably be 
expected to prevent people from entering the application area. 

(3) At least one sign giving public notice of a land extermination 
shall be posted conspicuously along the perimeter of the application 
area. 

(4) For the purposes of this section, a sign is posted along the 
perimeter if it is posted within ten metres of the perimeter. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

68.— (1) For the purposes of subsection (2), an application area is 
in a rural area if, 

(a) the application area is not within the geographic limits of a 
city, town, village or borough; or 

(b) there are fewer than twenty dwelling units within one kilo- 
metre of any given location in the application area. 

(2) Public notice of a land extermination may be given by one or 
more of the means described in subsection (3) as approved by the 
Director if the person intending to perform the land extermination 
satisfies the Director that, 

(a) the application area is in a rural area and is on a public thor- 
oughfare; 

(b) the application area is in a rural area and is on land against 
which a public utility or other public work has a right of way 
if the land extermination is to be performed over the right 
of way to benefit that work or access to it; 

(c) the application area is in a rural area and the means pro- 
posed for giving public notice would adequately protect the 
public interest; or 

(d) public access to the application area is sufficiently limited to 
justify doing so. 

(3) Public notice of a land extermination under subsection (2) 
may be given by one or more of the following means: 

1. Publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the 
vicinity of the proposed land extermination at least one 
week prior to the proposed extermination. 

2. The posting of signs in a manner proposed by the person 
intending to perform the land extermination. 

3. The distribution of written notices in a manner proposed by 
the person intending to perform the land extermination. 

4. Such other means as the person intending to perform the 
land extermination proposes. 



(4) The Director may abridge the time period for advance notice 
set out in paragraph 1 of subsection (3) if he or she is satisfied that a 
land extermination is urgently required and that to do so would not 
be inconsistent with the public interest. 

(5) Where notice is given in accordance with subsection (2), sec- 
tions 66 and 67 do not apply. O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

Land Extermination 
Notification Requirements- Residential Areas 

69.— (1) No holder of a land exterminator's licence shall perform 
a land extermination, other than a land extermination for the pur- 
poses of agricultural or forestry production, by means of a Schedule 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide on an application area any part of which is 
within 100 metres of a dweling unit, other than a dwelling unit within 
the application area, without, 

(a) giving public notice in accordance with sections 70 and 72 to 

77; and 

(b) advising the owner, occupier or person having the charge, 
management or control of the application area who caused 
the extermination to be performed in writing of the require- 
ments of section 73. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a land extermina- 
tion to which subsection 65 (1) applies. 

(3) Clause (1) (b) does not apply where the person performing 
the land extermination is, 

(a) an owner of the application area; 

(b) an occupier of the application area; 

(c) a person having the charge, management or control of the 
application area; or 

(d) a full-time employee of a person described in clauses (a) to 
(c). O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,parl. 

70.— (1) Signs giving public notice of a land extermination shall be 
posted conspicuously at least every 100 metres along those parts of 
the perimeter of the application area that are, at all points, 

(a) within 100 metres of a dwelling unit, other than a dwelling 
unit within the application area; and 

(b) adjacent to a highway or other area to which the public is 
ordinarily admitted. 

(2) At least one sign giving public notice of a land extermination 
shall be posted conspicuously along the perimeter of the application 

area. 

(3) For the purposes of this section, a sign is posted along the 
perimeter if it is posted within ten metres of the perimeter. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 



71. 



Contents of Notice of Land Extermination 
In sections 72 to 77, 



"public area sign" means a sign required to be posted by sections 66, 
67 and 68; 

"residential area sign" means a sign required to be posted by section 

70; 

"sign" means a public area sign or residential area sign. O. Reg. 
250/90, s. Upon. 

72.— (1) Public area signs shall be posted at least twenty-four 
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(2) Residential area signs shall be posted immediately after the 
land extermination is completed. 

(3) The Director may abridge the time period for advance notice 
set out in subsection { 1 ) if he or she is satisfied that a land extermina- 
tion is ugently required and that to do so would not be inconsistent 
with the public interest. O. Reg. 250/90, s. I, part. 

73.— (1) No person shall remove a sign before forty-eight hours 
have elap.sed following the completion of a land extermination. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. 1 (\),part. 

(2) Each person who performs a land extermination shall ensure 
that each sign is removed on the third day after the day on which the 
extermination was completed. O. Reg. 251/90, s. 1. 

74. Signs shall not be posted on trees, fences or buildings or on 
signboards together with other signs. O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

75.— (1) Public area signs shall be rectangular and at least fifty- 
one centimetres high and thirty-eight centimetres wide. 

(2) Residential area signs shall be rectangular and at least twenty- 
eight centimetres high and twenty-two centimetres wide. O. Reg. 
250/90, s. \,part. 

76. Signs shall be made of rain resistant material and shall be 
sturdy enough that they can be re-used. O. Reg. 250/90, s. I, part. 

77.— (1) The front of each sign shall bear, 

(a) the words "KEEP OFF" at the top in capital letters; 

(b) below those words a pictogram showing a single, black sil- 
houette of an adult person on a white background within a 
red circle crossed by an oblique red bar; 

(c) below the pictogram the words "PESTICIDE USE" in cap- 
ital letters and below those words the words "FOR INFOR- 
MATION CONTACT" in capital letters; and 

(d) the telephone number of a person to contact for more infor- 
mation. 

(2) The back of each sign shall bear, 

(a) the date the sign is posted at the top; 

(b) below the date the word "PESTICIDE" in capital letters 
followed by the name of the pesticide used or intended for 
use on the application area; 

(c) below those words the words "REGISTRATION NUM- 
BER" in capital letters followed by the number assigned to 
the pesticide under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada); 

(d) under those words the words "TO CONTROL" in capital 
letters followed by the name of the pest to be controlled; 
and 

(e) at the bottom the words "FOR INFORMATION CON- 
TACT" in capital letters followed by the telephone number 
of a person to contact for more information. 

(3) The words "KEEP OFF" and "PESTICIDE USE" on the 
front of each sign shall be printed in red letters and shall be at least 
five centimetres high on public area signs and at least 2.5 centimetres 
high on residential area signs. 

(4) All other letters and numbers on both sides of each sign shall 
be printed in black letters and shall be at least 1.5 centimetres high 
on the public area signs and at least one centimetre high on the resi- 
dential area signs. 

(5) The outer edge of the red circle on the pictogram shall be at 



least 21.5 centimetres in diameter on each public area sign and at 
least 12.5 centimetres in diameter on each residential area sign and 
the width of the circle shall be approximately one-tenth the size of 
that diameter. 

(6) The telephone number used on a sign shall be a number for 
which there is no long distance rate from telephones located near the 
application area. O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

78. A person intending to perform a land extermination may post 
a sign other than a sign that meets the requirements of sections 74, 75 
and 77 if the person satisfies the Director that in the circumstances 
the public interest would be better protected by the sign the person 
proposes to post. O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

79.— (1) Any written notice authorized under section 68, other 
than the posting of a sign, shall set out, 

(a) the date the land extermination is to take place; 

(b) a description of the application area; 

(c) the pesticide used or intended for use on the application 
area; 

(d) the registration number assigned to the pesticide under the 
Pest Control Products Act (Canada); 

(e) the name of the pest to be controlled; and 

(f) the telephone number of a person to contact for more infor- 
mation. 

(2) The telephone number used in the notice shall be a number 
for which there is no long distance rate for the person to whom the 
notice is sent. O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

80. If a person uses pesticides application equipment under the 
supervision of a holder of an exterminator's licence, the holder of the 
licence, 

(a) shall ensure that the notices required by subsections 65 (1) 
and (2) and 69 (1) are given; and 

(b) shall not permit the person to use the equipment unless 
those notices have been given. O. Reg. 250/90, s. I, part. 

General Permit Requirements for Land Extermination 

81.— (1) A land extermination by means of a Schedule 1,2, 3 or 5 
pesticide is prescribed for the purpose of subsection 7 (1) of the Act. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 60 (1). 

(2) Subject to section 88, an application for a permit for a land 
extermination by means of a pesticide mentioned in subsection (1) 
shall be in Form 10. O. Reg. 70/84, s. 2. 

82.— (1) Subject to subsection (3) and section 88, a holder of any 
class of land exterminator's licence authorized to use a Schedule I, 2, 
3 or 5 pesticide is exempt from subsection 7 (1) of the Act for that 
extermination. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3) and section 88, any person exempt 
from subsection 5 (I) of the Act for a land extermination by use of a 
Schedule 1, 2, 3 or 5 pesticide is also exempt from subsection 7 (1) of 
the Act for that extermination. 

(3) No person shall perform a land extermination by means of a 
pesticide containing fenoprop, picloram, 4-aminopyridine or 2,4,5-T 
unless the person is a holder of a permit for the land extermination 
issued by the Director. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 61. 



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Land Exterminators use Requirements for 
Metyhl Bromide and Cyanide Compounds 

83. Sections 84, 85 and 86 apply to land exterminations by means 
of any Schedule 1 pesticide containing methyl bromide or cyanide 
compounds. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 62. 

84. Before commencing exterminations with a pesticide men- 
tioned in section 83 in a farm structure, which is deemed to be a land 
extermination for the purpose of this section, the exterminator shall 
deliver a notice to the nearest police and fire department having 
jurisdiction where the land extermination is to be performed setting 
out, 

(a) the address where the extermination is to be performed; 

(b) the pesticide to be used; and 

(c) the time periods during which the exterminations are to be 
performed. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 63. 

85. Before beginning an extermination using a pesticide men- 
tioned in section 83, the exterminator shall post a placard at the 
immediate site in or on which the extermination is to be performed 
bearing the word "danger" in red letters at least seven centimetres 
high on a white background, indicating that an extermination is 
being performed on the premises. O. Reg. 252/81, s. 13. 

86.— (1) The exterminator shall ensure that after an extermina- 
tion using a pesticide mentioned in section 83 is commenced, all 
doors and entrances to farm structures in which the extermination is 
being performed are locked. 

(2) The exterminator shall ensure that no person shall enter the 
farm structure after the extermination therein is commenced and 
before the airing-out is completed so that a safety hazard no longer 
exists, unless, 

(a) the person employs adequate respiratory protection; and 

(b) the person is accompanied by at least one other adult per- 
son similarly equipped. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 65. 

Air-Blast Machines 

87. Where a land extermination is performed using an air-blast 
machine to apply a Schedule 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide, the extermina- 
tor shall be the holder of a Class 9 land exterminator's licence or a 
Class 10 land exterminator's licence that is endorsed for the use of an 
air-blast machine. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 66. 

Airborne Machines 

88.— (1) A holder of any cidfss of land exterminator's licence 
authorized to use a Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide or a Schedule 2 pesti- 
cide containing a hormone-type herbicide from an airborne machine, 
requires a permit under subsection 7 (1) of the Act to perform the 
extermination authorized by the licence. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 67(1). 

(2) No holder of a class of land exterminator's licence authorized 
to perform an extermination from an airborne machine shall perform 
an extermination with the objective of improving production of 
Crown timber as defined in the Crown Timber Act vnithoul a permit. 

(3) An application for the permit mentioned in this section shall 
be in Form 5. O. Reg. 70/84, s. 3. 

89. Where an extermination is performed from an airborne 
machine, the pilot of the airborne machine shall be the holder of a 
Class 7 or 8 land exterminator's licence, or the holder of a Class 3 
water exterminator's licence which is endorsed for the use of an air- 
borne machine. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 68. 



90. Where a land or water extermination with an airborne 
machine is performed using a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide, 

(a) the pesticide shall not be in a dust formulation; and 

(b) the pilot of the machine shall not assist in the loading of the 
machine with the pesticide or otherwise expose himself or 
herself to contact with it. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 69. 

91.— (1) Every person who operates an airborne machine in per- 
forming land or water exterminations shall, 

(a) keep a record in Form 6 of each land or water extermina- 
tion performed by the person for a period of one year after 
the extermination is completed or for such longer period as 
may be required by the Director in writing; and 

(b) if the land or water extermination was performed for an 
operator, provide a copy of the record mentioned in clause 
(a) to the operator after the extermination is completed, 
and the operator shall keep a copy of the record for one 
year or for such longer period as may be required by the 
Director in writing. 

(2) A pilot or operator, as the case may be, shall produce the 
records mentioned in subsection (1) to a provincial officer when 
requested and, unless provided with a copy of the records, the pro- 
vincial officer may remove the records, or any portion thereof, in 
order to make copies. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 70. 

Land Extermination Exemptions 

92. Where a person performs a land extermination for domestic 
purposes on land occupied by the person by means of a Schedule 3 
pesticide, the person is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for 
that extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 71. 

93.— (1) Where a person performs a land extermination by means 
of a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide on premises owned or occupied by the 
person or by a person of whom he or she is the full-time employee, 
the person is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for that exter- 
mination. 

(2) Where a person performs a land extermination by means of a 
Schedule 3 pesticide on premises to which the public is not admitted 
and which are owned or occupied by the person or by a person of 
whom he or she is the full-time employee, the person is exempt from 
subsection 5 (1) of the Act for that extermination. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 72. 

94. Where an agriculturist performs a land extermination on the 
farm land on which the agriculturist is engaged in agricultural or for- 
estry production by means of a Schedule 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide, the 
agriculturist is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for that 
extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 73. 

95.— (1) Where an agriculturist who is enrolled as a custom 
sprayer with the Ministry and holds a valid certificate of enrolment 
issued by the Director performs a land extermination on farm land 
not owned by the agriculturist by means of a Schedule 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 
pesticide by the operation at any given time of only one piece of pes- 
ticide application equipment normally used on the agriculturist's own 
farm land, the agriculturist is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the 
Act for that extermination. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who performs an 
extermination by means of an airborne machine. 

(3) When a person who is an agriculturist and was enrolled with 
the Ministry as a custom sprayer prior to the 31st day of May, 1974, 
applies for a Class 5 or 6 land exterminator's licence, the person is 
exempt from subsections 5 (1) and (2). R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 74. 

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5 (1) of the Act and from sections 84, 85 and 86 of this Regulation 
where the inspector is engaged in destroying bees by extermination 
under the authority of the Bees Act by means of a Schedule 1 pesti- 
cide containing methyl bromide or a cyanide compound and, 

(a) employs adequate respiratory protection; 

(b) performs the extermination in open air; 

(c) prevents all persons from coming into contact with the poi- 
sonous gases; and 

(d) remains at the site of the extermination during the time that 
any poisonous gases are present. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 75, revised. 

97. A person is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act and sec- 
tions 84, 85 and 86 of this Regulation for an extermination using a 
Schedule I pesticide containing a cyanide compound on the person's 
own property or the property of the person's employer for, 

(a) killing diseased colonies of bees; 

(b) killing a fur-bearing animal held under a licence issued 
under the Fur Farms Act; or 



(c) killing unwanted chicks. 
revised. 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 76, 



98. — (1) Where an area weed inspector under the Weed Control 
Act, in accordance with his or her duties under that Act, performs a 
land extermination by means of a Schedule 2, 3, 4 or 6 pesticide that 
is a herbicide and uses a compressed-air hand sprayer or equipment 
no larger than that commonly called a knapsack sprayer, he or she is 
exempt from subsection 5 (l)of the Act for that extermination. 

(2) A municipality which performs a land extermination for 
another municipality by means of a Schedule 2, 3, 4 or 6 pesticide is 
exempt from subsection 5 (2) of the Act for that extermination. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 77. 

99.— (1) Where an exterminator is licensed as a Class 1, 2, 3 or 6 
structural exterminator and performs an extermination on animals 
on farm land, the exterminator is exempt from being licensed as a 
land exterminator for that extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 78(1). 

(2) An exterminator who is licensed as a Class 1, 2, 3 or 6 struc- 
tural exterminator is exempt from being licensed as a land extermi- 
nator for a land extermination for mammalian, avian or insect pests, 

(a) on or near a waste disposal site defined under the 
Environmental Protection Act; or 

(b) near the building or vehicle where the structural extermina- 
tion for the mammalian, avian or an insect pest is being 
performed. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 78 (2), revised. 

100. No operator shall permit a vehicle to be used in transporting 
or applying a pesticide to be used in connection with a land extermi- 
nation performed by a person licensed to perform land extermina- 
tions as a Class I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 or 10 land exterminator unless an 
identification marker is obtained from the Director and is affixed to 
the rear of the vehicle in such a manner as to be visible and legible at 
all times. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 79. 

Supervision of Equipment 

101.— (I) Unless exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act, no per- 
son shall perform a land or water extermination for which pesticide 
application equipment is used unless the equipment is under supervi- 
sion of an exterminator licensed to perform that extermination. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 80 (1). 

(2) A licensed exterminator shall not supervise an extermination 



or exterminations mentioned in subsection (1), for which a total of 
more than three pieces of pesticide application equipment are being 
used at any time. O. Reg. 252/81, s. 14 (1). 

(3) Whenever an extermination mentioned in subsection (1) is 
being performed and the exterminator is not present, the extermina- 
tor shall ensure that a person at least sixteen years of age carrying a 
certificate signed by the exterminator certifying that the person is 
competent to perform the extermination is present and in charge of 
each piece of pesticide application equipment. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. 80(3). 

(4) For purposes of subsection (1), supervision by an extermina- 
tor shall include at least one visit during each daily working period to 
observe the use of each piece of pesticide application equipment. 
O. Reg. 252/81, s. 14(2). 

Water Exterminations 

102.— (I) A water exterminator's licence of the class prescribed in 
column 1 of the following Table is authority to use a pesticide in col- 
umn 2 thereof under the conditions of use set out in column 3 
thereof: 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Class of Water 

Exterminator's 

Licence 


Pesticide 
Authorized for Use 


Conditions of Use 


1 


1 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 
and 6 pesticides 
that are 
herbicides 


Water application 


2 


2 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 
and 6 pesticides 
other than 
herbicides 


Water application 


3 


3 


Pesticide(s) 
stipulated on 
licence 


Use, equipment 
and/or area to be 
treated stipulated 
on licence 



(2) Every water exterminator's licence shall have endorsed 
thereon the class of water exterminator's licence for which it has 
been issued. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 81. 

Water Extermination Permit Requirements 

103. An application for a permit to perform a water extermina- 
tion shall be in Form 7. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 82. 

Water Extermination Licence and Permit Exemptions 

104.— (1) Where a person performs a water extermination within 
the boundaries of premises owned or occupied by the person or by a 
person of whom he or she is a full-time employee, 

(a) the person is exempt from subsection 5(1) of the Act for 
that extermination; and 

(b) if such water is kKated wholly within the boundaries of such 
premises and does not discharge water by any means 
directly or indirectly, other than by percolation, into a well, 
lake, river, pond, spring, stream, reservoir or other water 
or watercourse that is located wholly or partly outside the 
boundaries of the premises, then the person is exempt from 
subsection 7 (2) of the Act for that extermination. 

(2) A municipality that performs a water extermination for 
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exempt from subsection 5 (2) of the Act for that extermination. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 83. 

105. Where a person performs a water extermination for the con- 
trol of plants that emerge from or float on the surface of the water in 
a drainage ditch, which at the time of the extermination contains no 
moving water, and the person uses a Schedule 2, 3, 4 or 6 pesticide 
that is labelled for that use, the person is exempt from subsection 
7 (2) of the Act for that extermination. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 84. 

Venixjr Licences and Requirements 

106. The following classes of vendor's licences are prescribed: 

1 . Wholesale vendor's licence. 

2. Limited wholesale vendor's licence. 

3. Class 1 retail vendor's licence. 

4. Class 2 retail vendor's licence. 

5. Class 3 retail vendor's licence. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 85. 

107. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), an applicant for any class of 
vendor's licence or renewal thereof, shall, 

(a) submit with the application the fee prescribed by section 6 
for the class of vendor's licence applied for; and 

(b) unless the applicant is a corporation or a partnership, be at 
least eighteen years of age. 

(2) Where the applicant is a corporation or partnership it shall 
designate on its application the partner, director or officer who is the 
official representative of the corporation or partnership, as the case 
may be, who shall be at least eighteen years of age and shall sign the 
application and whose duty it is to ensure compliance with the Act 
and the regulations thereunder. 

(3) An applicant for a wholesale vendor's licence or limited 
wholesale vendor's licence shall submit with the application the name 
and address of, 

(a) each premise to be covered by the licence; and 

(b) a person responsible for each premise to be covered by the 
licence whose duty it is to ensure compliance with this Act 
and the regulations thereunder. 

(4) The holder of any class of vendor's licence shall notify the 
Director in writing of any change in the information submitted under 
this section within fourteen days of the effective date of the change. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 86. 

Wholesale and Limited Wholesale Vendors 
Licence Requirements 

108. A holder of a wholesale vendor's licence or limited whole- 
sale vendor's licence who sells at wholesale from more than one 
premises does not require a licence for each premises if the licensee 
has met the requirements of subsections 107 (3) and (4). R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 87. 

109. A holder of a wholesale vendor's licence may sell at whole- 
sale, 

(a) a Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide only to a holder of, 

(i) a wholesale vendor's licence, 

(ii) a limited wholesale vendor's licence, or 



(iii) a Class 1 retail vendor's licence; 

(b) a Schedule 2 pesticide only to a holder of, 

(i) a wholesale vendor's licence, 
(ii) a limited wholesale vendor's licence, 

(iii) a Class 1 retail vendor's licence, or 

(iv) a Class 2 retail vendor's licence, 

(c) a Schedule 3 pesticide only to a holder of, 

(i) a wholesale vendor's licence, 
(ii) a limited wholesale vendor's licence, 
(iii) a Class 1 retail vendor's licence, 
(iv) a Class 2 retail vendor's licence, or 
(v) a Class 3 retail vendor's licence; and 

(d) a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 88. 

110. A holder of a limited wholesale vendor's licence may sell at 
wholesale only, 

(a) Schedule 4 or 6 pesticides; 

(b) Schedule 3 pesticides that are paints, stains, sealers or wood 
preservatives provided that no food is prepared, sold or 
stored on the same premises; 

(c) Schedule 3 pesticides that are disinfectants, cleaners or 
bacteriacides; 

(d) Schedule 2 or 3 pesticides for drill box treatments of corn 
seed if the pesticide is sold with the corn seed to be treated 
and the pesticide is in a dust formulation with no greater 
than twenty-five per cent concentration of lindane and the 
package contents do not exceed two ounces in weight; and 

(e) Schedule 2 pesticides that are intended for use as bacteria- 
cides in cutting oil, marine or aviation fuels. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 89. 

Retail Vendors Licence Requirements 

111. Every retail vendor's licence shall be displayed in a promi- 
nent place at the premises in respect of which the licence was issued. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 90. 

112. Despite sections 113, 114 and 115, a holder of any class of 
retail vendor's licence may sell a pesticide which the licensee is 
authorized to sell at retail to the holder of a permit issued by the 
Director for an extermination, the pesticide mentioned in the permit 
in accordance with any terms and conditions contained therein. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 91. 

113. The holder of a Class 1 retail vendor's licence may sell at 
retail, 

(a) a Schedule 1 pesticide only to a licensed exterminator 
authorized to use such pesticide; 

(b) a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide only to, 

(i) a licensed exterminator authorized to use such pesti- 
cide, 

(ii) an agriculturist, except a pesticide containing piclo- 
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(iii) an area weed inspector designated under the Weed 
Control Act; 

(c) a Schedule 3 pesticide only to, 

(i) a licensed exterminator authorized to use that pesti- 
cide, and 

(ii) a person exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for 
an extermination by means of that pesticide; and 

(d) a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s.92. 

114. A holder of a Class 2 retail vendor's licence may sell at 
retail, 

(a) a Schedule 2 pesticide only to, 

(i) a licensed exterminator authorized to use that pesti- 
cide, 

(ii) an agriculturist, except a pesticide containing piclo- 
ram, and 

(iii) an area weed inspector designated under the Weed 
Control Act; 

(b) a Schedule 3 pesticide only to, 

(i) a licensed exterminator authorized to use that pesti- 
cide, and 

(ii) a person exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for 
an extermination by means of that pesticide; and 

(c) a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 93. 

115. A holder of a Class 3 retail vendor's licence may sell at retail 
a Schedule 3 or 6 pesticide only to, 

(a) a licensed exterminator authorized to use a pesticide; and 

(b) a person exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for an 
extermination by means of that pesticide. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 94. 

116. A person is exempt from requiring a retail vendor's licence 
to sell at retail, 

(a) a Schedule 4 pesticide; 

(b) a Schedule 3 or 6 pesticide that is a paint, stain, sealer or 
wood preservative provided that no food is prepared, sold 
or stored on the same premises; 

(c) a Schedule 3 or 6 pesticide that is a disinfectant, cleanser or 
bacteriacide; 

(d) a Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide for drill box treatments of com 
seed if the pesticide is sold with the corn seed to be treated 
and the Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide is in a dust formulation 
with no greater than 25 per cent concentration of lindane 
and the package contents do not exceed four ounces in 
weight; and 

(e) a Schedule 2 pesticide that is intended for use as a bacteria- 
cide in cutting oil, marine or aviation fuels. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 95. 

117.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), the following classes of per- 
sons are exempt from requiring a retail vendor's licence where their 
dealings in pesticides are confined to operations involving the appli- 
cation of pesticides in the course of their business: 

1. A licensed exterminator. 



2. An area weed inspector designated under the Weed Control 
Act who, in accordance with his or her duties, sells or trans- 
fers a Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide, which is a herbicide, to any 
person who is authorized under the Act and this Regulation 
to use such a pesticide. 

(2) Every person exempted under subsection (1) is subject to 
clause 118(1) (a) and subsections 118(2), (3) and (4). R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 96. 

Records 

118.— (1) Every holder of a vendor's licence shall keep a record of 
each sale or transfer of a Schedule 1 , 2 and 5 pesticide setting out, 

(a) the name and address of the purchaser or transferee; 

(b) the type and class of licence or permit to use, if any, held by 
the purchaser or transferee and the licence or permit num- 
ber; 

(c) a description of the pesticide sold or transferred, including 
the name, class, unit size and quantity of the pesticide. 

(2) A record made under subsection (1) shall be kept by the 
holder of the vendor's licence for a period of three years or such 
longer period as the Director may require by written notice. 

(3) Every vendor who receives a written request from the Direc- 
tor for any record kept under subsection (1) shall forward the record 
or a copy thereof to the Director within thirty days of receiving the 
request. 

(4) The vendor shall produce any record kept under subsection 
(1) to a provincial officer when requested and the provincial officer 
may remove such record, or any portion thereof, in order to make 
copies. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 97. 

General Storage 

119. No person shall store any pesticide in such a manner that the 
pesticide is likely to come into contact with food or drink intended 
for human or animal consumption. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 98. 

120. Every person responsible for a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide 
shall ensure that, 

(a) any room in which the pesticide is stored is ventilated to the 
outside atmosphere; 

(b) a placard is affixed and maintained on the outside of each 
door leading into the room in which the pesticide is stored 
bearing the words "Chemical Storage Warning- 
Authorized Persons Only" in block letters clearly visible; 
and 

(c) no person can enter the room in which the pesticide is 
stored without the express permission of the person 
responsible. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 99. 

Vendor Storage 

121.— (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), every holder of a 
wholesale vendor's licence or limited wholesale vendor's licence who 
stores any Schedule 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide shall store the pesti- 
cide, 

(a) in such manner that the pesticide is not likely to contami- 
nate food or drink intended for human or animal consump- 
tion; 

(b) in such a manner that the pesticide is not likely to impair 
the health or safety of any person; 

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and with precautions taken sufficient to prevent the pesti- 
cide from contaminating any other pesticide stored in the 
same area, or the natural environment; and 



(d) that has no floor drain that leads into or drains directly or 
indirectly into a storm sewer, sanitary sewer or water- 
course. 



(d) in an area that has a warning sign prominently displayed at 
the entrances thereof indicating the presence of a pesticide. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), and in addition to the requirements 
mentioned in subsection (1), every holder of a wholesale vendor's 
licence or limited wholesale vendor's licence who stores any Sched- 
ule 1, 2 or S pesticide shall store the pesticide in an area, 

(a) that has no floor drain that leads into or drains directly or 
indirectly into a storm sewer, sanitary sewer or water- 
course; and 

(b) near which adequate respiratory protection and adequate 
protective clothing are kept readily available by the licensee 
for emergency purposes. 

(3) In addition to the requirements mentioned in subsections (1) 
and (2), every holder of a wholesale vendor's licence or limited 
wholesale vendor's licence who stores any Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide 
shall store the pesticide in a room or compartment that, 

(a) is well ventilated to the outside atmosphere and used exclu- 
sively for the storage of pesticides; and 

(b) has a fire resistance rating of not less than one hour except 
for all doors and doorframes which may have a fire resis- 
tance rating of not less than forty-five minutes. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 100. 

122. No vendor shall purchase, acquire or store a pesticide unless 
the vendor is the holder of a vendor's licence authorizing the sale of 
the pesticide or a pesticide reformulated from it or is exempt from 
requiring a vendor's licence for the sale of the pesticide or a pesticide 
reformulated from it. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 101. 

123.— (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), every holder of any 
class of retail vendor's licence who stores a Schedule 1, 2, 3 or 5 pes- 
ticide shall store the pesticide, 

(a) in such a manner that the pesticide will not likely contami- 
nate food or drink intended for human or animal consump- 
tion; 

(b) in such a manner that the pesticide will not be likely to 
impair the health or safety of any person; 

(c) in an area that has a warning sign prominently displayed at 
the entrances thereof indicating the presence of a pesticide 
and stating that the pesticides may be handled only by the 
licensee or the licensee's employees; 

(d) in an area near which there is prominently displayed a list of 
emergency telephone numbers, including those of the local 
fire department, hospital and poison control centre; and 

(e) in an area that is maintained in a clean and orderly manner. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), and in addition to the requirements 
mentioned in subsection (1), a holder of any class of retail vendor's 
licence who stores any Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide shall store the pes- 
ticide in an area, 

(a) that is well ventilated; 

(b) that is not accessible to the public and which is locked when 
the licensee, or an employee of the licensee, is not present 
on the premises on which the pesticide is stored; 

(c) in an area near which adequate respiratory protection and 
adequate protective clothing are kept readily available by 
the licensee for emergency purposes; and 



(3) In addition to the requirements mentioned in subsections (1) 
and (2), every holder of any class of retail vendor's licence who 
stores any Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide shall store the pesticide in an 
area that is used exclusively for the storage of pesticides. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 751, s. 102. 

Fire Department Notification 

124. Every holder of, 

(a) a wholesale or limited wholesale vendor's licence who 
stores for sale any pesticide; 

(b) a Class 1 or 2 retail vendor's licence who stores for sale any 
Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide; or 

(c) an operator's licence who stores for use any Schedule 1, 2 
or 5 pesticide, 

shall notify the local fire department having jurisdiction in the area in 
which such pesticides are stored of the presence of the pesticide on 
the premises in Form 11. O. Reg. 70/84, s. 4. 

Display 

125. Every holder of any class of retail vendor's licence who sells 
at retail any Schedule 1, 2, 3 or 5 pesticide shall, 

(a) display a Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide in such a manner that 
no person other than the licensee or the licensee's employ- 
ees has ready access to the pesticide; 

(b) display a Schedule 3 pesticide in such manner that such pes- 
ticide presents minimal hazard to children; and 

(c) not display any Schedule 1 , 2, 3 or 5 pesticide on a shelf or 
in a display case that is adjacent to a shelf or display case 
containing food or drink intended for human or animal con- 
sumption or any other commodity which if contaminated by 
the pesticide may cause injury or damage to property or to 
plant or animal life or to any person. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. 104. 

Transportation 

126. No person shall transport or cause or permit the transporta- 
tion of a pesticide by a vehicle operated on any highway or road 
unless the pesticide is secured in a manner sufficient to prevent the 
escape or discharge of the pesticide from the vehicle. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 751, s. 105. 

127. No person shall transport or cause or permit the transporta- 
tion of any Schedule 1, 2, 3 or 5 pesticide together with commodities 
that are, 

(a) food or drink intended for human or animal consumption; 

(b) household furnishings; or 

(c) toiletries, clothes, bedding or similar commodities, 

by a vehicle operated on any highway or road unless the pesticide 
being transported is separated from such commodities in a manner 
sufficient to prevent their contamination or likely contamination by 
the pesticide. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 106. 

128. No person shall transport or cause or permit the transporta- 
tion of any pesticide in bulk by a vehicle operated on any highway or 
any road unless the vehicle has a warning sign prominently displayed 
on and affixed to the outside of the vehicle warning of the presence 
of the pesticide. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 107. 



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129.— (1) A person is exempt from the Act and the regulations if 
the person uses, stores, displays, sells or transports a pesticide which 
is a machine, apparatus, equipment, article, instrument, contrivance 
or gadget which does not utilize any, 

(a) Schedule 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide; or 

(b) chemical or microbiological agent. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
751, s. \0S (\), revised. 

(2) A person who uses, stores, displays, sells or transports a pes- 
ticide that is registered under the Pesl Control Products Act 
(Canada) for use only in the extermination of microorganisms and 
that is not classified under this Regulation is exempt from the Act 
and regulations. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 108 (2). 

130. A person who uses, stores or transports a pesticide for the 
treatment, control, mitigation or prevention of pests in or on people 
or animals is exempt from the requirements of the Act and the regu- 
lations thereunder for such use, storage or transportation if the per- 
son is, 

(a) a legally qualified medical practitioner licensed under the 
Health Disciplines Act; or 

(b) registered under the Veterinarians Act and is practising vet- 
erinary science. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, s. 109, revised. 

Schedules— Codes 

131. The codes used in the Schedules have the following mean- 
ings: 

1. "Agent" is the Canadian agent for the registrant of the pes- 
ticide under the Pesl Control Products Act (Canada) as set 
out in Table 1. 

2. "Registration No." is the registration number assigned to 
the pesticide under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) 
or the Fertilizer Act (Canada). 

3. "Registrant" is the person registering the pesticide under 
the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) or the Fertilizer Act 
(Canada) as set out in Table 2. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, 
s. 110. 

TABLE 1 

CANADIAN AGENT CODES 



TABLE I— Continued 



ABC 



2 


ABE 


3 


ABS 


4 


ACT 


5 


ALS 


6 


AMZ 


7 


APA 



ARN 



BAB 



ABBOTT LABORATORIES LTD., CHEMICAL 
& AGRIC. PRODUCTS DIV., P.O. BOX 6150, 
MONTREAL, PQ H3C 3K6 

ABELL WACO LTD., 246 ATWELL DR., 
REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 

ABSCO AEROSOLS, 26 WATERMAN AVE., 
TORONTO, ON M4B 1Y5 

AG TURF CHEMICALS, 62 ROEHAMPTON 
CT., KITCHENER, ON N2A 3L1 

ALLIED CHEMICAL SERVICES, 5507-lST ST. 
S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 

AMWAY OF CANADA LTD., BOX 5706 
STATION "A", LONDON, ON N6A 4S5 

APA DIV. SANOFI ANIMAL HEALTH, .345 
BLVD. LABBE NORD, VICTORIA VILLE, PQ 
G6P1B1 

MR. ARNOLD, OSLER, HOSKINS & 
HARCOURT, P.O. BOX 50, TORONTO, ON 
M5XIB8 

BABSON BROS. CO. CANADA LTD., 4330 
WEST HILL AVE., MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 



10 


CCN 


CCL INDUSTRIES, 26 WATERMAN AVE., 
TORONTO, ON M4B 1Y5 


11 


CGA 


CIBA-GEIGY DYES LTD., 205 BOUCHARD 
BLVD., DORVAL, PQ H9S IBl 


12 


CGC 


CIBA-GEIGY CAN/AG DIV., 6860 CENTURY 
AVE., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 


13 


CHH 


CHEMAGRO LTD., 256 BRITANNIA RD.E., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Z LS6 


14 


CHP 


CHIPMAN INC., 400 JONES RD., P.O. BOX 
9910, STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 


15 


COF 


COGHLAN'S GAS APPLIANCES LTD., 121 
IRENE ST., WINNIPEG, MB R3T 4C7 


16 


COS 


COPELAND LABORATORIES LTD., 41 
RACINE RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 2Z6 


17 


CPM 


COOPER MILLS LTD., ATTN: J. HASTINGS, 
R.R. #3, MADOC, ON KOK 2K0 


18 


CSN 


CANADIAN SANI CORP., 1 127 WEST 15TH ST., 
N. VANCOUVER, BC V7P 1M7 


19 


CTX 


CT CORP. SYSTEM CANADA LTD., ATTN: 
JOHN THOMAS, 141 LAURIER AVE. W., 
SUITE 1000, OTTAWA, ON KIP 5J3 


20 


DIS 


PRODUITS VETERINAIRES DISPAR, 675 ST- 
PIERRE SUD, JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 


21 


DWC 


DAY, WILSON, CAMPBELL, SUITE 1300, 33 
YONGE STREET, TORONTO, ON M5E ITl 


22 


ELS 


ELSCO CO., 4330 WEST HILL AVE., 
MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 


23 


FFC 


FAIRFIELD CHEM. CAN. (1986) INC., 1155-3900 
DORCHESltR BLVD.W., MONTREAL, PQ 
H3B 3V2 


24 


GAX 


GARDEX CHEMICALS LTD., 246 A 11 WELL 
DR., REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 


25 


GCC 


GENERAL CHEMICAL CO. CAN., 8363-128TH 
ST., SURREY, BC V3W 4G1 


26 


GDR 


DONALD R. GOOD, SUITE 200, 146 
COLONNADE RD., NEPEAN, ON K2E 7J5 


27 


GIS 


GRIFFITH SADDLERY, 240 NORFOLK, 
STRATFORD, ON N5A 3Z2 


28 


GRO 


GROWERS SUPPLY CO. LTD., 421 CAWSTON 
AVE., KELOWNA, BC VIY 6Z1 


29 


GRZ 


GREAT LAKES BIOCHEMICALS CAN., 17A- 
4630 DUFFERIN ST., TORONTO, ON M3H 

5S4 


30 


HER 


GORDON BUCHAN, HERRIDGE TOLMIE, 1 16 
ALBERT ST., OTTAWA, ON KIP 5G3 


31 


HUB 


HUNTER BRAND MFG. LTD., 95 OUEST, RUE 
ST-ZOTIQUE, MONTREAL, PQ H2S IPl 


32 


ITT 


ITT INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LTD., T-D 
CENTRE, BOX 138, TORONTO, ON M5K IHl 


33 


JAK 


JACKSON, GRAHAM, MARKS & CLERK, BOX 
975, OTTAWA, ON K1P5S7 


34 


KAN 


KANE VETERINARY SUPPLY, 11619-145TH 
ST., EDMONTON, AB T5M 1V9 


35 


KCC 


KENICS CANADA LTD., 45 ESNA PARK DR., 
MARKHAM, ON UR 1C9 


36 


KEM 


KEMSAN INC., 462 TRAFALGAR RD., BOX 
727, OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5C1 


37 


LEE 


LEGATE & TEDDER LTD., .35 OAK ST., 
WESTON, ON M9N1R9 



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TABLE \— Continued 



TABLE 1 -Continued 



38 


LMB 


LOW MURCHISON BARRISTERS, 141 
LAURIER AVE., OTTAWA, ON KIP 5J3 


39 


LTR 


LATTER, DAVID W., 22 QUEEN ANNE 
ROAD, TORONTO, ON M8X 1S9 


40 


LWE 


LAW, E.G., 1 1 15-38TH AVE. S.W., CALGARY, 
ABT2T2J3 


41 


MAE 


MAHEU & MAHEU INC., 195-710 RUE 
BOUVIER, QUEBEC, PQ G2I 1C2 


42 


MNR 


MORI NURSERIES LTD., R.R. #2, NIAGARA 
ON THE LAKE, ON LOS IJO 


43 


MOL 


MONSANTO CANADA LTD., 350-441 
MACLAREN, OTTAWA, ON K2P 2H3 


44 


MYS 


MYSTO INC., 8500 9e AVENUE, MONTREAL, 
PQH1Z2Z5 


45 


NIK 


W.M. NICHOLSON, ENTRELACS, PQ JOT 2E0 


46 


NRD 


NORDEN LABS., 6581 KITIMAT RD., UNIT #8, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 3T5 


47 


OGI 


OGILVIE, GLEN G. LTD., P.O. BOX 550, 
CALEDONIA, ON NOA 1 AO 


48 


OLH 


OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, 236-36TH ST. 
N., LETHBRIDGE, AB TU 4B2 


49 


OLX 


OLYMPIC STAIN LTD., 19714-96TH AVE., 
LANGLEY, BC V3A 4P8 


50 


ONA 


ONTARIO AQUAFOODS LTD., DIV. OF 
WILSON LABS INC., 36 HEAD ST., 
DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 


51 


PEL 


PENNWALT OF CANADA INC., 700 THIRD 
LINE, BOX 278, OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5A3 


52 


PFF 


PFIZER C. & G. INC., 1 WILTON GROVE RD., 
P.O. BOX 2005, LONDON, ON N6A 4C6 


53 


PLG 


PLANT PRODUCTS CO. LTD., 314 ORENDA 
RD., BRAMALEA, ON L6T IGl 


54 


PVU 


P.V.U. INC., 345 BOUL. LABBE, 
VICTORIA VILLE, PQ G6P IBl 


55 


ROT 


RO-TYME CHEMICAL CORP., 9 COMMERCE 
RD., ORANGEVILLE, ON L9W 3X5 


56 


ROU 


ROUSSEL CANADA LTD., 4045 COTE VERTU, 
MONTREAL, PQ H4R 2E8 


57 


SAF 


SANEX CHEMICALS LTD., 2695 SLOUGH ST., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4T 1G2 


58 


SAJ 


SANITIZED PROCESS CAN. LTD., 2200 
YONGE ST., SUITE 1700, TORONTO, ON 
M4S 2C6 


59 


SDB 


SDS BIOTECH CORP., BOX 25, COMMERCE 
COURT W., TORONTO, ON M5L 1A9 


60 


SFA 


SAFER AGRO-CHEM LTD., 6761 
KIRKPATRICKCRES., R.R. #3, VICTORIA, 

BC V8X 3X1 


61 


SHL 


SHELL CANADA LTD., 505 UNIVERSITY 
AVE., TORONTO, ON M5G 1X4 


62 


SIE 


STIKEMAN, ELLIOTT, COMMERCE CT. W., 
STE. 1400, P.O. BOX 85, TORONTO, ON M5L 
1B9 


63 


SMM 


SIMPLOT CHEMICAL CO. LTD., P.O. BOX 940, 
BRANDON, MB R7A 6A1 


64 


SUH 


SUMITOMO CANADA LTD., 1 FIRST CNDIAN 
PLACE, SUITE 7010, P.O. BOX 258, 
TORONTO, ON M5X 1C8 



65 


TIS 


TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 651 1 A 

MISSISSAUGA RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 

1A6 


66 


UAG 


UNITED AGRI PRODUCTS, PO BOX 221 16, 439 
SOVEREIGN RD., LONDON, ON N6C4N0 


67 


UCB 


UNION CARBIDE CANADA LTD., 5507 FIRST 
ST. S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 


68 


UNR 


UNIROYAL CHEMICAL, DIV. OF UNIROYAL 
LTD., BOX 250, ELMIRA, ON N3B 3 A3 


69 


use 


US BORAX & CHEM. CORP., P.O. BOX 377, 
SURREY, BCV3T5B6 


70 


VIR 


VIRCHEM CANADA INC., 102-151 RANDALL 
ST., OAKVILLE, ON L6J 1P5 


71 


WDD 


WOODWARD & DICKERSON LTD, 114-100 
PARK ROYAL S., N. VANCOUVER, BC V7T 

1A2 


72 


WIC 


WIN CHEMICALS & EQUIPMENT LTD., 1295 
EGLINTON AVE E., UNIT #11, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 3E6 


73 


WIL 


WILSON LABORATORIES INC., 36 HEAD ST., 
DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 


74 


ZOD 


ZOECON CANADA INC., 3-12 STANLEY 
COURT, WHITBY, ON LIN 8P9 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 1. 



TABLE 2 



INDEX OF REGISTRANT CODES 



1 


ABC 


ABBOTT LABORATORIES LTD., CHEMICAL 
& AGRIC. PRODUCTS DIV., P.O. BOX 6150, 
MONTREAL, PQ H3C 3K6 


2 


ABE 


ABELL WACO LTD., 246 ATWELL DR., 
REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 


3 


ABT 


ABBOTT LABORATORIES, CAPD D-928, 
NORTH CHICAGO, IL 60064 USA 


4 


ADS 


ADAMS VET. RESEARCH LABS. INC., P.O. 
BOX 971039, MIAMI, FL 33197 USA 


5 


ADV 


ADVANCE LABORATORIES LTD., 550 
WINDMILL RD., DARTMOUTH, NS B3B 1B3 


6 


AFL 


ALFA-LAVAL AGRI, 2020 FISHER DR., 
PETERBOROUGH, ON K9J 7B7 


7 


AGB 


AGBIOCHEM INC., 3 FLEETWOOD CRT., 
ORINDA, CA 94563 USA 


8 


AGD 


AGTECH DEVELOMENTS INC., 25 
MACPHERSON ST., P.O. BOX 3344, 
RICHMOND, 7002 NEW ZEALAND 


9 


AGV 


AG-SERVICES INC., P.O. BOX 143, STATION 
"A", REXDALE, ON M9W 5K9 


10 


AIG 


AIR GUARD CONTROL INC., 26 WATERMAN 
AVE., TORONTO, ON M4B 1Y5 


11 


ALC 


ALCHEM INC., 1055 TRUMAN ST., BOX 5002, 
BURLINGTON, ON L7R 3Y9 


12 


ALS 


ALLIED CHEMICAL SERVICES, 5507-lST ST. 
S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 


13 


ALT 


ALSI CIE LTEE, 150 RUE SEIGNEURIALE, 
C.P. 5040, BEAUPORT, PQ GlE 4Y6 


14 


AMR 


AMERIBROM INC., 1250 BROADWAY, NEW 
YORK, NY 10001 USA 



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TABLE 2— Continued 



15 


AMV 


AMVAC CHEMICAL CORP., 4100 E. 
WASHINGTON BLVD., LOS ANGELES, CA 
90023 USA 


16 


AMW 


AMWAY CORP., 7575 E. FULTON RD., ADA, 
MI 49355 USA 


17 


AMX 


ANIMAX, P.O. BOX 457, LAMBETH, ON NOL 
ISO 


18 


ANI 


ARI INC., P.O. BOX 999, GRIFFIN, GA 30224 
USA 


19 


APA 


APA DIV. SANOFI ANIMAL HEALTH, 345 
BLVD. LABBE NORD, VICTORIAVILLE, PQ 
G6P IBl 


20 


APB 


APPLIED BIOCHEMISTS INC., 5.300 W. 
COUNTY LINE RD., P.O. BOX 25, MEQUON, 
WI 53092 USA 


21 


ARR 


AIRRIGATION ENGINEERING CO., P.O. BOX 
H, CARMEL VALLEY, CA 93924 USA 


22 


ATC 


ATKEMIX INC., P.O. BOX 1085, BRANTFORD, 
ONN3T5T2 


23 


ATX 


ATCO MANUFACTURING CORP., 5-39 
RIVIERA DR., MARKHAM, ON L3R 8N4 


24 


AUL 


LABORATORIES AUSTIN CAN., 675 SUD RUE 
ST-PIERRE. JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 


25 


AVC 


AVITROL CORP., 7644 E. 46TH ST., TULSA, 
OK 74145 USA 


26 


AVM 


AVMOR LTD., 433 RUE STE-HELENE, 
MONTREAL, PQ H2Y 2L1 


27 


BAI 


BAIRD & MCGUIRE CAN. LTD., 445-21ST 
AVE., LACHINE, PQ H8S 3T8 


28 


BAT 


BARTLETT, N.M. INC., 931 BARTLETT RD., 
BOX 490, BEAMSVILLE, ON LOR IBO 


29 


BAX 


BAYVET DIV. CHEMAGRO LTD., 77 
BELFIELD RD., ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 1G6 


30 


BAZ 


BASF CANADA INC., 345 CARLINGVIEW DR., 
TORONTO, ON M9W 6N9 


31 


BBE 


B.B. EXTERMINATION INC., 1200-116 lEME 
RUE, SHAWINIGAN-SUD, PQ G9P 386 


32 


BCC 


BUCKEYE CELLULOSE CORP. (THE), 
MEMPHIS, TN 38108 USA 


33 


BDC 


BRENTDALE CHEMICALS, 41 RACINE RD., 
REXDALE, ON M9W 2Z6 


34 


BEH 


BEE MAID HONEY LTD., 625 ROSEBERRY 
ST., WINNIPEG, MB R3H0T4 


35 


BEN 


BENJAMIN MOORE & CO. LTD., 15 LLOYD 
AVE., TORONTO, ON M6N 1G9 


36 


BIE 


BIKOE MANUFACTURING CO., 434 QUEEN 
ST. E., TORONTO, ON M5A 1T4 


37 


BIP 


BIOCHEM PRODUCIS, P.O. BOX 264, 
MONTCHANIN, DELAWARE 19710 USA 


38 


BLL 


BELL LABORATORIES INC., 3699 KINSMAN 
BLVD., MADISON, WI 53704 USA 


39 


BOY 


BOYLE-MIDWAY CANADA LTD., 2 
WICKMAN RD., TORONTO, ON M8Z 5M5 


40 


BRA 


BRODI CHEMICALS LTD., 7453 VICTORIA 
PARK, MARKHAM, ON L3R 2Y2 


41 


BRJ 


BRISSON, DENIS INC., 587 CHEMIN 
LAROCQUE, VALLEYFIELD, PQ J6T 4C9 


42 


BUL 


BUCKMAN LABS OF CANADA LTD., 613 
ORLY AVE., DORVAL, PQ H9P IGl 



43 


BUX 


BURTONS SANITATION LTD., 661 
MONTREAL ST., BOX 421, KINGSTON, ON 

K7L 4W2 


44 


CAA 


PRODUITS CADILLAC LTEE, 373 RUE DES 
SABLES, QUEBEC, PQ GIL 2T8 


45 


CAI 


CANADA PACKERS INC., FINE CHEM. DIV., 
5100 TIMBERLEA BLVD., MISSISSAUGA, 
ON L4W 2S5 


46 


CAO 


CANADIAN ADHESIVES LTD., 420 MARIEN 
AVE., MONTREAL EAST, PQ HIB 4V6 


47 


CAS 


CASTROL CANADA INC., 3660 LAKESHORE 
BLVD. W., TORONTO, ON M8W 1P2 


48 


CAT 


CANTOL LTD., 199 STEELCASE RD., P.O. 
BOX 2400, DON MILLS, ON M3C 2T9 


49 


CAX 


HOECHST CANADA INC., 295 HENDERSON 
DR.,REG1NA,SKS4N6C2 


50 


CAY 


CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL CHEM., 660 LEPINE 
AVE., DORVAL, PQ H9P 1G2 


51 


CBC 


CANADIAN SALTFISH CORP., P.O. BOX 9440, 
ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND Al A 2Y3 


52 


CBE 


CANADIAN TIRE CORP. LTD., 2180 YONGE 
ST., 1.3TH FLOOR, TORONTO, ON M4P 2V8 


53 


CBL 


CARDEL PRODUCTS LTD., BOX 126, 
BRAMPTON, ON L6V 2K7 


54 


CCM 


CEDAR CHEMICAL CORP., 2414-5100 POPLAR 
AVE., MEMPHIS, TN 38137 USA 


55 


CCX 


CANADIAN CLASSIC INC., 2 ORCHARD 
HEIGHTS BLVD., SUITE 18, AURORA, ON 
L4G 3W3 


56 


CER 


CERTIFIED LAB. PRODUCTS, DIV. OF NCH 
CANADA INC., 239 ORENDA RD., 
BRAMPTON, ON L6T IE6 


57 


CEV 


CEVA LABORATORIES INC., 610-7101 
COLLEGE BLVD., OVERLAND PARK, KS 

66210 USA 


58 


CGC 


CIBA-GEIGY CAN/AG DIV., 6860 CENTURY 
AVE., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 


59 


CGD 


CIBA-GEIGY CORP., DYESTUFFS & 
CHEMICAL DIV., P.O. BOX 1 1422, 
GREENSBORO, NC 27409 USA 


60 


CGH 


COOPERS AGROPHARM INC., 270 DREYER 
DR.W., AJAX, ON LIS 3B9 


61 


CGL 


CARGILL LTD., .300-240 GRAHAM AVE., BOX 
5900, WINNIPEG, MB R.3C 4C5 


62 


CHC 


CHEMPARA CORP. LTD., P.O. BOX 1201, 
STATION "B", MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Y 3W5 


63 


CHD 


CHAPMAN CHEMICAL LTD., P.O. BOX 9158, 
MEMPHIS, TN 38109 USA 


64 


CHG 


MOBAY CORP., AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICALS DIV., P.O. BOX 4913, KANSAS 
CITY, MO 64120 USA 


65 


CHH 


CHEMAGRO LTD., 256 BRITANNIA RD. E., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Z LS6 


66 


CHM 


CHEMPAR CHEMICAL CO. INC., DIV. OF 
LIPHA CHEMICALS, 3101 W. CUSTER AVE., 
MILWAUKEE, WI 53209 USA 


67 


CHP 


CHIPMAN INC., 400 JONES RD., P.O. BOX 
9910, STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 



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TABLE 1-Continued 



TABLE 2— Continued 



68 


CHV 


CHEVRON CHEMICAL CANADA LTD., 3228 
SOUTH SERVICE RD., BURLINGTON, ON 

L7N 3H8 


69 


CHZ 


COGHLAN'S LTD., 121 IRENE ST., WINNIPEG, 
MBR3T4C7 


70 


CLR 


CLEARY (W.A.) CHEMICAL CORP., 1049 
SOMERSET ST., P.O. BOX 10, SOMERSET, 

NJ 08873 USA 


71 


CMF 


CHEMFREE ENVIRONMENT INC., 16889 
HYMUS BLVD., KIRKLAND, PQ H9H 3L4 


72 


CMS 


CANADIAN MILL SUPPLY CO. LTD., 451 
ELLESMERE RD., SCARBOROUGH, ON 

M1R4E5 


73 


CNK 


CONKLIN COMPANY INC., 5256 VALLEY 
INDUSTRIAL S., BOX 155, SHAKOPEE, MN 

55379 USA 


74 


COS 


COPELAND LABORATORIES LTD., 41 
RACINE RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 2Z6 


75 


CPB 


COPPER BRITE INC., 1482 E. VALLEY RD., 
#29, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93108-1241 USA 


76 


CPK 


CANADA PACKERS INC., ANIMAL HEALTH, 
420 BEAVERDALE RD., CAMBRIDGE, ON 

N3C 2W4 


77 


CSB 


CASA BERNARDO LTDA., AV. ANA COSTA 
482/484 9.0 AND., SANTOS-SAO PAULO, 
CEP. 11060 BRAZIL 


78 


CSM 


CONROS CORP., 150 NUGGET, AGINCOURT, 
ONM1S3A7 


79 


CUB 


CUPRINOL KORIZITE LTD., P.O. BOX 1 175, 
GUELPH,ONNlH6N3 


80 


CUP 


CURRIE PRODUCTS LTD., 350 WENTWORTH 
ST. N., HAMILTON, ON L8L 5W3 


81 


CUQ 


CUPRINOL CANADA (1986) LTD., 41 BATES 
RD., OUTREMONT, PQ H2V 1A6 


82 


CYC 


CYANAMID CANADA INC., 88 MCNABB ST., 
MARKHAM, ON UR 6E6 


83 


DAB 


DARLING & BRADY LTD., 200 WICKSTEED 
AVE., TORONTO, ON M4G 2B6 


84 


DEA 


DEANE & CO., DIV. OF ISBRU CO. LTD., 190 
ONEIDA DR., POINTE CLAIRE, PQ H9R 1 A8 


85 


DEC 


DEGESCH AMERICA INC., 275 TRIANGLE 
DR., P.O. BOX 116, WEYERS CAVE, VA 
24486 USA 


86 


DEP 


DENALT PAINTS LTD., 601 RIVERMEDE RD., 
CONCORD, ON L4K 2G8 


87 


DFT 


DRAFT ENTERPRISES LTD., ONE FRONT ST., 
PETERSFIELD, MB ROC 2L0 


88 


DIS 


PRODUITS VETERINAIRES DISPAR, 675 ST- 
PIERRE SUD, JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 


89 


DIT 


DITCHLING CORP. LTD., P.O. BOX 395, DON 
MILLS, ON M3C 2S7 


90 


DIV 


DIVERSEY WYANDOTTE INC., 2645 ROYAL 
WINDSOR DR., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5J ILl 


91 


DOL 


DOMINION VETERINARY LABS., 800 MAIN 
ST., WINNIPEG, MB R2W 3R4 


92 


DOO 


DOMTAR CHEMICALS LTD., WOOD 
PRESERVING DIVISON, 104 DOYON AVE., 
POINTE CLAIRE-DORVAL, PQ H9R 3T5 



93 


DOW 


DOW CHEMICAL OF CANADA LTD., P.O. 
BOX 1012, MODELAND RD., SARNIA, ON 

N7T7K7 


94 


DRX 


DREXEL CHEMICAL CO., 2478 
PENNSYLVANIA ST., P.O. BOX 9306, 
MEMPHIS, TN 38109 USA 


95 


DTC 


DRUG TRADING CO. LTD., 1960 EGLINTON 
AVE. E., BOX 335, STATION "A", 
SCARBOROUGH, ON M1K5C1 


96 


DUC 


DUCHESNEAU & FILS INC., 1370 BORD-DE- 
L'EAU STE-DOROTHEE, LAVAL, PQ H7Y 

1C4 


97 


DUG 


DUTCH COATING SYSTEMS LTD., 38 
CARNFORTH RD., TORONTO, ON M4A 2K9 


98 


DUP 


DUPHAR B.V., C.J. VAN HOU IHNLAAN 36, 
WEESP, 1381 CP THE NEI HERLANDS 


99 


DUQ 


DU PONT CANADA INC., BOX 2300, 
STREETSVILLE, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5M 2J4 


100 


DUR 


DURAL PRODUCTS LTD., 550 MARSHALL 
AVE., DORVAL, PQ H9P 1C9 


101 


EAT 


EATON, J.T. & CO. LTD., 1393 E. HIGHLAND 
RD., TWINSBURG, OH 44087 USA 


102 


ELA 


ELANCO DIV. ELI LILLY CAN. INC, 3650 
DANFORTH AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ON 

M1N2E8 


103 


ELS 


ELSCO CO., 4330 WEST HILL AVE., 
MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 


104 


EMA 


EMERY CHEMICALS LTD., 601-365 EVANS 
AVE., TORONTO, ON M8Z 1K2 


105 


EMO 


EMPIRE INTERNATIONAL, P.O. BOX 695, 
STREETSVILLE POSTAL STATION, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5M 2C2 


106 


ENI 


ENSIGN INDUSTRIES LTD., 33 CARLTON ST., 
P.O. BOX 405, ST. CATHARINES, ON L2R 
6V9 


107 


ESL 


ESSO CHEMICAL CANADA, 4711 YONGE ST., 
NORTH YORK, ON M2N 6K8 


108 


FAR 


FARNAM COMPANIES, 301 WEST OSBORN 
RD., PHOENIX, AZ 85013-3928 USA 


109 


FFA 


FAIRFIELD CHEMICAL CANADA INC., 809 
FL\RRISON ST., FRENCHTOWN, NJ 08825 
USA 


110 


FLC 


FLECTO COATINGS LTD., 4260 VANGUARD 
RD., RICHMOND, B.C. V6X 2P5 


111 


FLE 


FLEXO PRODUCTS NIAGARA LTD., 4777 
KENT AVE., NIAGARA FALLS, ON L2H 1J5 


112 


FLF 


FLORALIFE INC., C/O HORTICULTURAL 
TECHNOLOGIES, 241 SHOEMAKER 
ST., KITCHENER, ON N2E 3B3 


113 


FMC 


FMC CORP., AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL 
DIV., 2000 MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA, 
PA 19103 USA 


114 


FOF 


FOSSIL FLOWER NAT. BUG CONTROL, 2-1835 
MEYERSIDE DR., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 
1G4 


115 


FPM 


FOREST PEST MANAGEMENT INST., 
CANADIAN FORESTRY SERVICE, P.O. 
BOX 490, SAULT STE-MARIE, ON P6A 5M7 


116 


FUB 


FULLER BRUSH CO., 1 1 15 GUELPH LINE, 
P.O. BOX 5019, BURLINGTON, ON L7R 3Z8 



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117 


GAP 


GARDO PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 100, 
WATERLOO, PO JOE 2N0 


118 


GAX 


GARDEX CHEMICALS LTD., 246 A 11 WELL 
DR., REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 


119 


ODE 


GARD-EZE INC., 40 HEAD ST., DUNDAS, ON 
L9H 3H3 


120 


CET 


GAMETRICS LTD., COLONY (WYOMING) 
ROUTE, ALZADA, MT 5931 1 USA 


121 


GHC 


GIBSON-HOMANS OF CANADA LTD., 2540 
RENA RD., MALTON, ON L4Y 3C9 


122 


GPB 


GP CHEMICALS SPECIALTY LTD., 6-140 
MIDWEST RD., SCARBOROUGH, ON MIP 
3B3 


123 


GRA 


GREENLEAF GARDEN SUPPLIES, 4612 
DAWSON ST., P.O. BOX 82338, BURNABY, 
BCV5C5P8 


124 


GRB 


GREAT LAKES BIOCHEMICALS CO., 6120 W. 
DOUGLAS AVE., MILWAUKEE, WI 53218 
USA 


125 


GRC 


GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORP., P.O. BOX 
2200, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN 47906 USA 


126 


GRG 


GREER (W.E.) LTD., 14704-119TH AVE., 
EDMONTON, AB T5L 2P1 


127 


GRH 


G & R CHEMICALS, 34-585 WENTWORTH ST. 
E., OSHAWA, ON LIH 3V8 


128 


GRN 


GRIFFIN CORP., BOX 1847, VALDOSTA, GA 
31601 USA 


129 


GRO 


GROWERS SUPPLY CO. LTD., 421 CAWSTON 
AVE., KELOWNA, BC VIY 6Z1 


130 


GRX 


GAROX CHEMICALS INC., R.R. #1, 
CALEDONIA, ON NOA lAO 


131 


GUS 


GUSTAFSON INC., 1400 PRESTON RD., SUITE 
400, PLANO, TX USA 


132 


HAC 


HAGEN, ROLF C, INC., 3225 RUE 
SARTELON, MONTREAL, PQ H4R 1E8 


133 


HAU 


HARTZ CANADA INC., 1 125 TALBOT ST., ST. 
THOMAS, ON N5P 3W7 


134 


HOH 


HOME HARDWARD STORES LTD., 34 
HENRY ST. W., ST. JACOBS, ON NOB 2N0 


135 


HOK 


FLXCCO INC., P.O.BOX 7190, MADISON, WI 
53707 USA 


136 


HOS 


SOLIGNUM INC., 1785 FORTIN BLVD., 
LAVAL, PQ H7S IPl 


137 


HRY 


HOUSEHOLD RENTAL SYSTEMS, DIV. OF 
BOYLE-MIDWAY LTD., 525 ALBILENE 
DRIVE, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 2H7 


138 


ICC 


HOT FOOT INTERNATIONAL PTY. LT, 1 17 
CHURCH ST., HAWTHORN, VICTORIA 3122 
AUSTRALIA 


139 


ICI 


ICI AMERICAS INC., P.O. BOX 9351, STONEY 
CREEK, ON L8G 4SI 


140 


ILD 


INLAND ALCARE JANITOR SUPPLIES, 10916- 
1 19 ST., EDMONTON, AB T5H 3P4 


141 


IMT 


IMPREGNATED TAPES LTD., LOWER 
PENARWYN, ST. BLASEY PAR, 
CORNWALL PL24 2DS ENGLAND 


142 


INM 


INTERCHEM INC., 101 E. lOTH ST., P.O. BOX 
231, ALTON, lA 51003 USA 



143 


INP 


INTERNATIONAL PAINTS CAN., 19500 
TRANS-CANADA HWY., P.O. BOX 20, STE 
ANNE DE BELLEVUE, PQ H9X 3L4 


144 


INT 


INTERPROVINCIAL CO-OP LTD., 945 
MARION ST.. ST. BONIFACE, MB R2J 0K7 


145 


JAN 


JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICA, ANIMAL 
HEALTH DIV., 1-6705 MILLCREEK DR., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 5R9 


146 


JBL 


UB LABORATORIES, 1001 E. CASS ST., ST. 
JOHNS, MI 48879 USA 


147 


JOH 


JOHNSON (S.C.) & SON LTD., I WEBSTER ST., 
BOX 520, BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5R1 


148 


JOL 


JOHN LIM CO. (THE), 1285 ST. MARYS AVE., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5E 1M8 


149 


KCD 


KINCAID ENTERPRISES INC., BOX 549, 
NITRO,WV 25143 USA 


150 


KEK 


KEM MANUFACTURING CAN. LTD., 6660 
CAMPOBELLO RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 

2L9 


151 


KEM 


KEMSAN INC., 462 TRAFALGAR RD., BOX 
727, OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5C1 


152 


KIN 


KING PESTICIDE LTD., P.O. BOX 99, 
CAMPBELLVILLE, ON LOP IBO 


153 


KVL 


K-VET LABORATORIES LTD., 420 
BEAVERDALE RD., CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 

2W4 


154 


LAI 


LAMB NATURALFLOW INC., P.O. BOX 368, 
RTE. 49, BERNHARDS BAY, NY 13208 USA 


155 


LAT 


LATER CHEMICALS LTD., 12080 
HORSESHOE WAY, RICHMOND, BC V7A 

4V5 


156 


LAV 


SOCIETE CHIMIQUE LAURENTIDE, 4650- 
12IEME AVE., C.P. 367, SHAWINIGAN-SUD, 
PQ G9N 6V2 


157 


LEG 


LEPAGE'S LTD., 50 WEST DR., BRAMALEA, 
ON L6T 2J4 


158 


LEO 


LEMOINE TROPICA INC., 4605 HICKMORE, 
ST. LAURENT, PQ H4T 1S5 


159 


LEW 


LEWIS CATTLE OILER CO. LTD., BOX 250, 
OAK LAKE, MB ROM IPO 


160 


Lie 


LIQUID CARBONIC CANADA LTD., 255 
BRIMLEY RD., SCARBOROUGH, ON MIM 

3J2 


161 


LIO 


LION INSECTICIDE CO. LTD., 22-1 
FUKUSHIMA 7 CHOME, FUKUSHIMA-KU, 
OSAKA 553, JAPAN 


162 


LNG 


LANGFORD INC., 400 MICHENER RD., 
GUELPH,ONNlKlE4 


163 


LOR 


LORRAIN, LEO LABS ENGR., 6151 IRWIN ST., 
LASALLE, PQ H8N lAl 


164 


MAH 


MAGNACHEM LTD., 6224-29TH ST. S.E., 
CALGARY, AB T2C 1 W3 


165 


MAP 


MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL WORKS, 7500 
TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY, POINTE 
CLAIRE, PQ H9R 5H8 


166 


MAR 


MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 
204, GALT-CAMBRIDGE, ON NIR 5S9 


167 


MAZ 


PRODUITS MARCO LTEE., 3175 GIRARD 
C.P. 604, TROIS-RIVIERES. PQ G9A 5J3 



155 



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TABLE 2-Conlinued 



168 


MBE 


169 


MBS 


170 


MBY 


171 


MEC 


172 


MEL 


173 


MEM 


174 


MER 


175 


MGK 


176 


MIF 


177 


MKA 


178 


MKS 


179 


MMN 


180 


MOM 


181 


MOX 


182 


MRZ 


183 


MTK 


184 


NAC 


185 


NCR 


186 


NOQ 


187 


NOW 


188 


NOX 


189 


NOZ 


190 


NUX 


191 


OLH 



PRODUITS MARQUETTE, 623 RUE LE 
BRETON, LONGUEUIL, PQ J4G 1R9 

MATSON (E.M.) JR. CO., 7808-8TH AVE. S., 
SEATTLE, WA 98108 USA 

RHONE POULENC CANADA INC., 2000 
ARGENTIA RD., PLAZA 3, SUITE 400, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 1V9 

MSD AGVET, DIV. OF MERCK FROSST 
CANADA IN, P.O. BOX 1005, POINTE 
CLAIRE-DORVAL, PQ H9R 4P8 

MELS ENTERPRISES, P.O. BOX 2339, STN. C, 
DOWNSVIEW, ON M3N 2V8 

MELNOR MANUFACTURING LTD., 80 
MORTON AVE. E., BRANTFORD, ON N3T 

5T3 

MERZAT IND., DIV. OF ATLAS CHEMICAL 
CORP., P.O. BOX 141, CEDAR RAPIDS, lA 

52406 USA 

MCLAUGHLIN GORMLEY KING CO., 8810- 
lOTH AVE. N., MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55427- 
4732 USA 

ROCHESTER MIDLAND CHEMICALS, DIV. 
OF CAN. GERMICIDE CO., 591 THE 
QUEENSWAY, TORONTO, ON M8Y 1J8 

MAKHTESHIM-AGAN (AM.) INC., 2 PARK 
AVE., NEW YORK, NY 10016 USA 

MARKS (A.H.) & CO. LTD., WYKE 
BRADFORD, WEST YORKSHIRE, BD 12 9EJ 
ENGLAND 

3M CANADA INC., HEALTH CARE PROD. & 
SER. DIV., REGULATORY AFFAIRS DEPT., 
P.O. BOX 5757, LONDON, ON N6A 4T1 

MOTOMCO LTD., 29 N. FORTH HARRISON 
RD., CLEARWATER, FL 33515 USA 

MONSANTO CANADA INC., 350-441 
MACLAREN ST., OTTAWA, ON K2P 2H3 

MARZONE CHEMICALS LTD., 9 MEYERS 
LANE, NORTH YORK, ON M2M 1P7 

MANTEK, DIV. OF NCH CANADA INC., 245 
ORENDA RD., BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1E7 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH OF CAN., DIV. OF 
NCH CANADA INC., 245 ORENDA RD., 
BRAMALEA, ON L6T 1E7 

NIAGARA CHEMICAL, DIVISION OF MAY & 
BAKER, 1274 PLAINS RD. E., 
BURLINGTON, ON L7R 3Z1 

NOR-AM CHEMICAL CO., 3509 SILVERSIDE 
RD., BOX 7495, WILMINGTON, DE 19803 
USA 

ABITIBI-PRICE INC., NORTHERN WOOD 
PRESERVERS DIV., P.O. BOX 2990, 
THUNDER BAY, ON P7B 5G5 

NOXALL PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 33882, 
VANCOUVER, BC V6J 4L7 

NOXELL (CANADA) CORP., 3333 UNITY DR., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5L 3T3 

HULS CANADA INC ., 235 ORENDA RD., 
BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1E6 

OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, 236-36TH ST. 
N., LETHBRIDGE, AB TIJ 4B2 



192 


OLY 


OLYMPIC STAIN, DIV. OF CLOROX CO., 1141 
N.W. 50th ST., SEA ri LE, WA 98107 USA 


193 


ONA 


ONTARIO AQUAFOODS LTD., DIV. OF 
WILSON LABS INC., 36 HEAD ST., 
DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 


194 


ORB 


ORBIT CHEMICAL SPECIALITIES, 1-4500 
SHEPPARD AVE. E., SCARBOROUGH, ON 
M1S3R6 


195 


ORM 


ORMOND VETERINARY SUPPLY, 574 
SHAVER RD., BOX 7424, ANCASTER, ON 
L9G 4G4 


196 


OSD 


OSMOSE-PENTOX INC., 1080 PRATT AVE., 
MONTREAL, PQ H2V 2V2 


197 


PEF 


PECTEN CHEMICALS, P.O. BOX 4407, 
HOUSTON, TX 77210 USA 


198 


PEI 


ROUSSEL BIO CORP., 170 BEAVERBROOK 
RD., LINCOLN PARK, NJ 07035 USA 


199 


PEJ 


PENWALT CORP., DECCO TILTBELT, 1713 
CALIFORNIA AVE. S., P.O. BOX 120, 
MONROVIA, CA 91016-0120 USA 


200 


PEK 


PENNWALT CORP., AGCHEM DIV./DECCO 
DIV., THREE PARKWAY, PHILADELPHIA, 
PA 19102 USA 


201 


PEN 


PESTROY CHEMICAL CO. LTD., 1655 
EDOUARD LAURIN BLVD., MONTREAL, 
PQ H4L 2B6 


202 


PEO 


PESTCON SYSTEMS INC., P.O. BOX 469, 
ALHAMBRA, CA 91802 USA 


203 


PEV 


PETRUNKA, MARY, 6-2643 EAST ARTHUR 
ST., THUNDER BAY, ON P7E 5P5 


204 


PFE 


PFIZER CANADA INC., 17300 TRANS 
CANADA HWY., P.O. BOX 800, POINTE 
CLAIRE-DORVAL, PQ H9R 4V2 


205 


PFF 


PFIZER C. & G. INC., 1 WILTON GROVE RD., 
P.O. BOX 2005, LONDON, ON N6A 4C6 


206 


PGH 


SCHOLL-PLOUGH CANADA INC., 6400 
NORTHAM, MISSISSAUGA, ON L4J IJl 


207 


PHY 


PHILLIPS YEAST PRODUCTS LTD., PARK 
ROYAL RD., LONDON, NWIO 7JX 
ENGLAND 


208 


PIC 


PIC CORP., 23 S. ESSEX AVE., ORANGE, NJ 

07050 USA 


209 


PIR 


PRODUITS P.I.P. INC., 2721 PLAMONDON, 
LONGUEUIL, PQJ4L1S1 


210 


PIT 


PITMAN MOORE INC., ATTN: REGULATORY 
AFFAIRS, P.O. BOX 344, WASHINGTON 
CROSSING, NJ 08560 USA 


211 


PLB 


PLANTABBS CORP., 6 FOXTAIL RD., 
TIMONIUM, MD 21093 USA 


212 


PLG 


PLANT PRODUCTS CO. LTD., 314 ORENDA 
RD., BRAMALEA, ON L6T IGl 


213 


POP 


POULIN, N.L. LTD., 24 MARION PLACE, 
WINNIPEG, MB R2H0S9 


214 


POS 


POLE SPRAYERS OF CAN. LTD., 980 ELICOTT 
ST., BUFFALO, NY 14209 USA 


215 


PPC 


PET PRODUCTS CO., BOX 281, HAMILTON, 
ON L8N 3C8 


216 


PSF 


POSITIVE FORMULATORS INC., 1044 N. 
JERRIE AVE., TUCSON, AZ 8571 1 USA 



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217 


PUG 


INSECTICIDES PUROGUARD LTEE, 264 RUE 
QUERBES, DORION, PQ J7V 1J7 


218 


PVU 


P.V.U. INC., 345 BOUL. LABBE, 
VICTORIAVILLE, PQ G6P IBl 


219 


QHP 


QUALITY HOME PRODUCTS, 221 HANLAN 
RD., STE.# 1, WOODBRIDGE, ON L4L 1A8 


220 


QUA 


QUALITY CHEMICAL MFG. CO., 215 
DOLOMITE DR., DOWNSVIEW, ON M3J 2N1 


221 


RAB 


RID-A-BIRD INC., P.O.BOX 436, WILTON, lA 
52778 USA 


222 


RAL 


RALSTON PURINA CANADA INC., 6151 RUE 
IRWIN, LASALLE, PQ H8N lAl 


223 


RAW 


RAWLEIGH, W.T. CO. CAN. LTD., 354 
ISABEY, ST. LAURENT, PQ H4T IWl 


224 


RBN 


SERGEANT'S OF CANADA, A SUBSIDIARY 
OF CONAGRA, 100 SHEARSON CRES., 
CAMBRIDGE, ON NIT 1Y4 


225 


RCR 


ROACH REMOVER INC., 215 MISSISSAUGA 
VALLEY BLVD., UNIT #9, MISSISSAUGA, 
ONL5A1Y7 


226 


REC 


RECOCHEM INC., 131 EAST DR., 
BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1B5 


227 


RER 


RELIABLE EXTERMINATORS LTD., 32 - 1730 
MCPHERSON COURT, PICKERING, ON 
L1W3E6 


228 


ROH 


ROHM & HAAS CANADA INC., 2 MANSE RD., 
WEST HILL, ON M1E3T9 


229 


ROK 


R.W. PACKAGING LTD., 1569 ORANGE ST., 
WINNIPEG, MB R3E 3B5 


230 


ROP 


ROGAR/STB INC., P.O. BOX 1500, POINTE 
CLAIRE-DOR, PQ H9R 4R6 


231 


ROR 


ROSS, FRANK T. & SONS LTD., BOX 248, 
WEST HILL, ON MIE 4R5 


232 


RPC 


RESEARCH PRODUCTS CO., P.O. BOX 1460, 
SALIN A, KS 67402-1460 USA 


233 


RTI 


ROY TURK INDUSTRIAL SALES LTD., 21 
TABER RD., REXDALE, ON M9W3A7 


234 


SAF 


SANEX CHEMICALS LTD., 2695 SLOUGH ST., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4T 1G2 


235 


SAJ 


SANITIZED PROCESS CAN. LTD., 2200 
YONGE ST., SUITE 1700, TORONTO, ON 
M4S 2C6 


236 


SAL 


SALSBURY LABORATORIES LTD., 209 
MANITOU DR., KITCHENER, ON N2C 1L4 


237 


SAN 


SANFAX INDUSTRIES LTD., TRANS 
CANADA HWY., 1650 SOUTH SERVICE RD., 
DORVAL,PQH9PlH9 


238 


SAT 


SANITIZED INC., 605-3RD AVE., NEW YORK, 

NY 10158 USA 


239 


SAX 


SAXON SANITATION PRODUCTS, 60 SIGNET 
DR., WESTON, ON M9L 2Y4 


240 


SAZ 


SANDOZ LTD., C/O ZOECON CORP., 975 
CALIFORNIA AVE., PALO ALTO, CA 94303 
USA 


241 


SCO 


CONC. SCIENTIFIQUES BELISLE IN, 196 CH. 
DES PATRIOTES, ST-MATHIAS, PQ JUL 2G0 


242 


SCR 


SIERRA CROP PROTECTION CO., 1001 
YOSEMITE DR., P.O. BOX 4003, MILPITAS, 
CA 95035 USA 



243 


SCT 


SCOTT (O.M.) & SONS, 14310 SCOTTSLAWN 
RD., MARYSVILLE, OH 43041 USA 


244 


SDL 


GILLEX INC., 58 MENTOR BLVD., 
WILLOWDALE, ON M2H 2N1 


245 


SDS 


SDS BIOTECH CORP., 5966 HEISLEY RD., P.O. 
BOX 8000, MENTOR, OH 44061-8000 USA 


246 


SDZ 


SANDOZ AGRO CANADA INC., SUITE 302, 
PLAZA 4, 2000 ARGENTIA RD., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N IWl 


247 


SEM 


SEAL CHEMICAL CORP. CANADA LTD, BOX 
103, WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2G1 


248 


SEX 


EXTERMINATION SILO INC., 1251 ST. 
NICOLAS, ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, 
MONTREAL, PQ H7E 4T7 


249 


SFR 


SAFER LTD., 455 MILNER AVE., UNIT 1, 
SCARBOROUGH, ON M IB 2K4 


250 


SHM 


SHELL INT L. CHEMICAL CO. , 
AGROCHEMICALS DIV., SHELL CENTRE, 
LONDON, SEl 7PG ENGLAND 


251 


SHP 


SHOPPERS DRUG MART, 225 YORKLAND 
BLVD., WILLOWDALE, ON M2J 4Y7 


252 


SHT 


SHERMAN TECH. CORP., PQ BOX 691773, LOS 
ANGELES, CA 90069 USA 


253 


SKM 


SASKEM, A DIV. OF SAVOLITE CHEM. CO. 
LTD., 1305 HALIFAX ST., REGINA, SKS4R 
1T9 


254 


SMP 


SIMPLOT, J.R. CO., AGRICULTURAL CHEM 
DEPT., P.O. BOX 198, LATHROP, CA 95330 
USA 


255 


STD 


STANCHEM, A BUSINESS UNIT OF C-l-L INC., 
ATTN: D. MACLEAN, 43 JUTLAND RD., 
TORONTO, ON M8Z 2G6 


256 


STF 


STAUFFER AGRICULTURAL CHEM. CO, 
CONCORD PIKE & NEW MURPHY RD., 
WILMINGTON, DE 19897 USA 


257 


STL 


STERLING DRUG LTD., YONGE ST. S., 
AURORA, ON L4G 3H6 


258 


STO 


STANLEY KEM INC., P.O. BOX 2099, 
CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 2V6 


259 


STQ 


STANHOME INC., 333 WESTERN AVE., 
WESTFIELD, MA 01085 USA 


260 


SUA 


SUNBEAM COR. (CANADA) LTD., 1040 
ISLINGTON AVE., TORONTO, ON M8Z 4R5 


261 


SUE 


SUPERCO ENR., 2615 PLACE CHASSE, 
MONTREAL, PQ HIY 2C3 


262 


SUF 


SUNFRESH FOODS LTD., 22 ST. CLAIR AVE. 
E., TORONTO, ON M4T 2S8 


263 


SUJ 


SUMITOMO CHEMICAL AMERICA INC., 345 
PARK AVE., NEW YORK, NY 10154 USA 


264 


SUX 


SUPER-X DRUGS, 15 TORBARRIE RD., 
DOWNSVIEW, ON M3L 3G6 


265 


SWC 


SWIMCO CANADA INC., 40 MAIN ST. N., 
GEORGETOWN, ON L7G 3G8 


266 


SWH 


SWISH MAINTENANCE LTD., 309 
LANSDOWNE ST. E., BOX 778, 
PETERBOROUGH, ON K9J 7A2 


267 


TAS 


TAM O'SHANTER INDUSTRIES, 1303-105 
AVE. S.E., CALGARY, AB T2W 0B5 


268 


TEI 


TEXAS REFINERY CORP. OF CANADA. 25 
INDUSTRIAL ST., TORONTO, ON M4G 1Z2 



157 



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TABLE 2-Continued 



269 


TIR 


270 


TIS 


271 


TOM 


272 


TRO 


273 


TUC 


274 


UAG 


275 


UCA 


276 


UCB 


277 


UNR 


278 


UNV 


279 


USB 


280 


VAR 


281 


VAW 


282 


VEL 


283 


VER 


284 


VIG 


285 


VIT 



TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 980 ELLICOTT 
ST., BUFFALO, NY 14209 USA 

TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 6511 A 
MISSISSAUGA RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 
1A6 

TOMLYN PRODUCTS, 2285 E. LANDIS AVE., 
VINELAND, NJ 08360-2959 USA 

TROJAN CHEMICALS, DIV. OF VALLEY 
CAMP LTD., 41 RACINE RD., REXDALE, 

ON M9W 2Z6 

TUCO PRODUCTS CO., 40 CENTENNIAL RD., 
ORANGEVILLE, ON L9W 3T3 

UNITED AGRI PRODUCTS, PO BOX 22116, 439 
SOVEREIGN RD., LONDON, ON N6C 4N0 

UNION CARBIDE AG PRODUCTS, TW 
ALEXANDER DR., BOX 12014, ATTN: REG. 
AFFAIRS, RESEARCH TRIANGLE, NC 27709 
USA 

UNION CARBIDE CANADA LTD., 5507 FIRST 
ST. S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 ' 

UNIROYAL CHEMICAL, DIV. OF UNIROYAL 
LTD., BOX 250, ELMIRA, ON N3B 3A3 

UNIVERSAL CROP PROTECTION, PARK 
HOUSE, MAIDEN HEAD RD., COOKHAM 
BERKSHIRE, SL6 9DS ENGLAND 

U.S. BORAX & CHEMICAL CORP., 3075 
WILSHIRE BLVD., LOS ANGELES, CA 90010 
USA 

VAN WATERS & ROGERS LTD., 
AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY DEPT., P.O. BOX 
2009, VANCOUVER, BC V6B 3R2 

VAN WATERS & ROGERS LTD., 9800 VAN 
HORNE WAY, RICHMOND, BC V6X 1W5 

VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORP., 5600 N. RIVER 
RD., ROSEMONT, IL 60018-5 119 USA 

VERT AC CHEMICAL CORP., 2414-5100 
POPLAR AVE., MEMPHIS, TN 38137 USA 

VIGORO DIV. SWIFT CANADIAN CO., 1400 
THE QUEENSWAY, TORONTO, ON M8Z 1S4 

VIRGINIA CHEMICALS INC., 801 WATER 
STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA 23704 (OR 
23514) USA 



286 


VTR 


287 


WAL 


288 


WDG 


289 


WEA 


290 


WEC 


291 


WEP 



292 



WHM 



293 


WHS 


294 


WIL 


295 


WIN 


296 


WOB 


297 


WOL 


298 


YAP 


299 


YON 


300 


ZOC 


301 


ZOD 


302 


ZOE 



VETREPHARM INC., 27-69 BESSEMER RD., 
LONDON, ON N6E 2V6 

WATKINS INC., 30-5 SCURFIELD BLVD., 
WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1G3 

WEDGCO CHEMICAL LTD., 623 HUNTS 
CRES. N.W., CALGARY, AB T2K 4J2 

WEED-MASTER WESTERN LTD., 340-12TH 
AVE. S.W., SUITE 1050, CALGARY, AB T2R 

1L5 

WEALL & CULLEN NURSERIES LTD., 4312 
STEELES AVE., MILLIKEN, ON LOH IKO 

WEST CHEMICAL PRODUCTS LTD., 10900 
SECANT ST., P.O. BOX 160, ATTN: E. 
FREIESLEBEN, VILLE D'ANJOU, PQ HIJ 

1S5 

WHITMIRE RESEARCH LABS. INC., 3568 
TREE CRT. INDUSTRIAL BLVD, ST. LOUIS, 
MO 63122 USA 

WHEELS MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS LTD., 
60 SIGNET DRIVE, WESTON, ON M9L 2Y4 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC., 36 HEAD ST., 
DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 

WINTHROP ANIMAL HEALTH PRODUCT, 
DIV. OF STERLING DRUG LTD., YONGE 
ST. S., AURORA, ON L4G 3H6 

WOOD, G.H. & CO. LTD., 6200 TOMKEN RD., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 1X7 

WOOLWORTH, F.W. CO. LTD., 33 ADELAIDE 
ST. W., TORONTO, ON M5H 1P5 

YELLOWSTONE AGRI PRODUCTS, C/O 
DIANA G. WILLIAMS UAP, P.O. BOX 1286, 
GREELEY, CO 80632 USA 

YOUNG, W.F. INC., Ill LYMAN ST., 
SPRINGFIELD, MA 01 101 USA 

ZOECON INDUSTRIES, 12200 DENTON 
DRIVE, DALLAS, TX 75234 USA 

ZOECON CANADA INC., 3-12 STANLEY 
COURT, WHITBY, ON LIN 8P9 

ZOECON CORP., 975 CALIFORNIA AVE., 
PALO ALTO, CA 94304 USA 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 2. 



SCHEDULE: 1 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


4383.00 


CHP 




METHOXONE MCPA ESTER 500 EC 


4385.00 


SHM 


CGC 


DIELDRIN 20 EC INSECTICIDE 


4929.00 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL ENDRIN 20 E.C. INSECTICIDE 


5462.00 


INT 




CO-OP MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


5979.00 


CGL 




MCPA ESTER 500 EMULSI FIABLE WEED KILLER 


6045.00 


UCB 




NO- WEED MCPA ESTER 


6181.00 


OSD 




OSMOSE FENCE POST MIXTURE 


6468.00 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL ALDRIN 40EC INSECTICIDE 


6965.00 


STD 




MCPA ESTER 80 WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 


7811.00 


DOW 




MCPA ESTER 500 EMULSIFIABLE FARM WEED KILLER (AGRICULTURAL) 


7825.00 


MBY 




WEEDONE MCPA ESTER (BROADLEAF HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL) 


8218.00 


GAX 




GARDEX ERA COCKROACH POWDER 


8790.00 


PEN 




METHYL BROMIDE THE PENETRATING FUMIGANT 


9548.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MCPA ESTER 500 



158 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9564.00 


GRC 


CGC 


METH-O-GAS 


9565.00 


GRC 


CGC 


BROM-O-GAS 


9566.00 


GRC 


CGC 


BROM-O-GAS 


9981.00 


SAF 




SANEX SUN-X INSECT POWDER 


10187.00 


OLH 




OCHEMCO MCPA ESTER 80 EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


10696.00 


SAF 




SANEX CHLOROPICRIN FUMIGANT 


10948.00 


MAH 




MAGNACIDE H 


12088.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 


12091.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP METHYL BROMIDE MC2 TOBACCO PLANT BED FUMIGANT 


12326.00 


SAF 




SANEX MB-C2 


13477.00 


GRC 


CGC 


TERR-0-GAS67 


13736.00 


RPC 


KEM 


DETIA GAS EX-B 


13773.00 


ABE 




WACO CHLOROPICRIN 


13961.00 


BEH 




CALCIUM CYANIDE DUST FOR KILLING HONEYBEE COLONIES 


14025.00 


TIR 


TIS 


TIMBER SPECIALTIES EK-33 (C-72) WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14026.00 


TIR 


TIS 


TIMBER SPECIALTIES K-33 (C-50) WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14077.00 


POS 




OSMOPLASTIC WOOD PRESERVING COMPOUND 


14588.00 


TIR 


TIS 


TIMBERFUME 


14764.00 


MBY 




MAY & BAKER MCPA ESI ER 500 


15204.00 


RPC 


KEM 


DETIA PELLETS FOR INSECT PESTS 


15205.00 


RPC 


KEM 


DETIA TABLETS FOR INSECT PESTS 


15735.00 


DEG 


ABE 


DEGESCH-PHOSTOXIN COATED PELLEIS 


15736.00 


DEG 


ABE 


DEGESCH-PHOSTOXIN COATED PELLHl'S 


15849.00 


SAF 




SANEX STRYCHNINE GOPHER-KILL LIQUID 


16438.00 


DEG 


ABE 


DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN PELLETS PREPAC 


16495.00 


AMR 


SAF 


METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 


16580.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ROTENONE FISH POISON WP 


16750.00 


DEG 


ABE 


CALCIUM CYANIDE A-DUST 


16981.00 


DOW 




2,4-D CHLOROPHENOXYACETICACID FLAKE (TECHNICAL) 


16982.00 


DOW 




2,4-D SOOCI YL ESTERS 


16983.00 


DOW 




2,4-D DEA 600 UNSEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


16988.00 


DOW 




2,4-D DMA 720 UNSEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


16990.00 


DOW 




2,4-D BUTOXY ETHANOL ETHER 


17003.00 


TIR 


TIS 


OSMOPLASTIC WOOD PRESERVING COMPOUND 


17007.00 


MKS 


LWE 


MARKS 2,4-D TECHNICAL ACID 


17012.00 


MKS 


LWE 


2,4-D ISO OCIYL ESTER TECHNICAL 


17045.00 


MBY 




M & B 2,4-D ACID 


17046.00 


MBY 




M & B 2,4-D AMINE SALT 


17107.00 


DOW 




2,4-D DMA 720 SEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


17126.00 


VER 




2,4-D ACID 


17170.00 


VER 




A-6D 


17187.00 


CSB 


UAG 


CLEAN CROP GASTOXIN FUMIGATION TABLETS 


17188.00 


CSB 


UAG 


CLEAN CROP GASTOXIN FUMIGATION PELLbiS 


17280.00 


VER 




WEED-RHAP LV-6D 


17281.00 


VER 




2,4-D LOW VOLATILE ESTER 


17386.00 


DOW 




2,4-D 600 SEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


17401.00 


BAZ 




BASF 2,4-D DMA 


17516.00 


INT 




WEEDAWAY MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


17705.00 


UNV 


OLH 


2,4-D ISO-OCI YL ESTER 600 G.A.I./L FORMULATION 


17880.00 


CGC 




ALDRIN 400 EC INSECTICIDE 


17896.00 


CGC 




ENDRIN 200 EC 


17897.00 


CGC 




DIELDRIN 200 EC 


18057.00 


VIT 


VI R 


NN-DIETHYL-M-TOLUAMIDE 


18063.00 


CGH 




TECHNICAL PERMETHRIN (COOPEX) 


18114.00 


UNR 




OXYCARBOXIN (PLANTVAX TECHNICAL) 


18281.00 


CHP 




TAKKLE HERBICIDE 


18282.00 


CHP 




TAKKLE D WEEDKILLER 


18292.00 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM(R) BORIC ACID TECHNICAL 


18472.00 


UCA 


UCB 


TECHNICAL CHLORAMBEN ACID, SODIUM SALT 


18607.00 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM(R) BORAX TECHNICAL 



159 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


18777.00 


ROH 




GOAL EMULSIFIABLE eONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 




18804.00 


CHH 




BAYLETON 50% WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 




18891.00 


CAX 




AFUGAN 30 E.C. INSECTICIDE 




18920.00 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM(R) ANHYDROUS BORAX TECHNICAL 




19025.00 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM(R) NEOBOR(R) 




19027.00 


USB 


use 


TECH. ZINC BORATE-20 MULE TEAM(R) FIREBRAKE(R) ZB 




19184.00 


CHP 




CYPERMETHRIN MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE 




19295.00 


SDZ 




SULFUR TECHNICAL FUNGICIDE 




19525.00 


CYC 




HYDRAMETHYLNON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 




19612.00 


TIS 




TIMBER SPECIALTIES C-60 WOOD PRESERVATIVE 




19656.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN F INSECTICIDAL CHEMICAL 




19657.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN R INSECTICIDAL CHEMICAL 




19658.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN 6R INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 




19706.00 


UNR 




QUINTOZENE TERRACLOR TECHNICAL 




20063.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN 30 SEC INSECTICIDE TECHNICAL 




20088.00 


Lie 




CARBON DIOXIDE - C02 




20320.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN HF INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 




20407.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN W INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 

1 


TOTAL: 92 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 3. 



SCHEDULE: 2 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


109.00 


SKM 




FAIRVIEW GOPHER-COP LIQUID RODENTICIDE 


2985.00 


CHP 




BENESAN INSECTICIDE 


3132.00 


CCM 




GENERAL WEED KILLER 600 


3159.00 


CGC 




PMAS TURF FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 


3267.00 


CHD 


SIE 


PENTA PRESERVATIVE CONCENTRATE 1 TO 10 


3294.00 


MAP 




CALO-CLOR TURF FUNGICIDE 


3539.00 


PFE 




LINDANE 11% LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 


3734.00 


PFF 




PFIZER 25% LINDANE W.P. INSECTICIDE 


3749.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP WEED KILLER 2,4-D ESTER 400 E.C. 


3780.00 


CHV 




ORTHOCIDE 50 WP FUNGICIDE 


3846.00 


MBY 




MERFUSAN DUST FUNGICIDE FOR TURF 


4429.00 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS LINDANE 25 WP 


4559.00 


ICI 


CHP 


CAPTAN 50-WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


4980.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,4-D ESTER 500 


5371.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP CAPTAN 50 W.P. FUNGICIDE 


5475.00 


ROH 




KARATHANE WD 


5499.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 5% CAPTAN FUNGICIDE 


6007.00 


STF 


CHP 


CAPTAN 75 SEED PROTECTANT 


6122.00 


SAF 




SANEX LINDANE 10% E.C. 


6330.00 


DOW 




ESTERON 99 C CONCENTRATE 


6374.00 


ROH 




KELTHANE EC 


6420.00 


CYC 




CYANAMID 25 WEED KILLER 


6526.00 


ALS 




NO-WEED LV 80 


6726.00 


BAT 




FIXED COPPER "53" WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


6747.00 


MBY 




EMBUTOX E EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


6857.00 


BAX 




CORAL ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 25% WETTABLE POWDER 


7036.00 


DUO 




KARMEX DIURON WEED KILLER HERBICIDE 


7192.00 


CHV 




ORTHO PHALTAN 50 WETTABLE FUNGICIDE 


7239.00 


MBY 




MERSIL WP TURF FUNGICIDE 


7398.00 


CHH 




LESAN (FORMERLY DEXON) 70% WETTABLE POWDER SEED FUNGICIDE 


7412.00 


STD 




CHLORO IPC 4.8 EC HERBICIDE 


7416.00 


STD 




STANCHEM CHLORO IPC 20% GRANULAR SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


7442.00 


CHV 




ORTHO DIBROM INSECTICIDE 


7446.00 


UCA 


UCB 


SEVIN 85S 


7480.00 


STF 


CHP 


FOLPET 50-WP 



160 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


7482.00 


STF 


CHP 


FOLPET 75-WP 


7525.00 


INT 




CO-OP 2,4-D ES 1 tR LV 700 LIQUID HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


7882.00 


CHH 




METASYSTOX-R SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


7884.00 


CHH 




DI-SYSTON GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


8021.00 


CYC 




CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 


8024.00 


BAT 




BARTLETT WAXED MOUSE BAIT 


8082.00 


CHH 




BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


8084.00 


CHH 




BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE BARN INSECTICIDE 


8086.00 


CHH 




ENTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE PCO INSECTICIDE 


8090.00 


CHH 




ENTEX OÏL SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE PCO INSECTICIDE 


8150.00 


CHD 


SIE 


CHAPMAN PENTA WR CONCENTRATE 1 TO 5 


8165.00 


LAT 




LATERS CLOVER MITE KILLER EC 


8277.00 


CYC 




CYGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8349.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN AGROX I.F. DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


8372.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP MALATHION 85% E.C. INSECTICIDE 


8409.00 


CYC 




THIMET lO-G SYSTEMIC SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8504.00 


CYC 




CYGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8637.00 


DUQ 




HYVAR X WEED KILLER 


8654.00 


CHD 


SIE 


TIMPREG PAK 


8655.00 


UCB 




AMIZINE INDUSTRIAL WETTABLE POWDER 


8656.00 


CHD 


SIE 


TIMPREG 


8661.00 


CHP 




GRAMOXONE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


8789.00 


STD 




STANGARD PENTA CONCENTRATE 1-10 WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


8826.00 


GAX 




GARDEX LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 


8885.00 


CGC 




KIL-MOR 


8903.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,4-D ESTER 600 LV WEEDKILLER 


9003.00 


DOW 




TORDON lOK PELLETS SYSTEMIC BRUSH KILLER 


9007.00 


DOW 




TORDON 101 MIXTURE BRUSH KILLER HERBICIDE 


9074.00 


RAL 




PURINA CYGON 4-E SYSl LMIC INSECTICIDE 


9157.00 


UCA 


UCB 


FENATROL LIQUID HERBICIDE 


9163.00 


CHH 




LESAN 35% WETTABLE POWDER TURF & SOIL FUNGICIDE 


9197.00 


INT 




IPCO GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


9291.00 


CHH 




METASYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


9319.00 


STF 


CHP 


CAPTAN 7.5 DUST 


9332.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP LINDANE 20 EC INSECTICIDE 


9337.00 


CYC 




CYTHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE PREMIUM GRADE MALATHION 


9382.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DIMETHOATE 480 


9398.00 


CHH 




GUTHION SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


9427.00 


PLG 




PLANT FOG SULFOTEP FOR INSECT CONTROL 


9505.00 


CHP 




AGROX B-3 DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


9512.00 


CHP 




REGLONE A LIQUID HERBICIDE 


9560.00 


DOW 




ESTERON LV-600 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE (AGRICULTURAL) 


9561.00 


PFF 




PFIZER 2,4-D ESTER LV 600 


9569.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP PMA-IO FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 


9570.00 


CHH 




BAYTEX LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


9582.00 


ICI 


CHP 


CAPTAN 80-WP WETTABLE POWDER AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


9587.00 


MBY 




NO-WEED 2, 4-D ESTER 


9625.00 


OLH 




OCHEMCO LV96 EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


9631.00 


CGC 




PATORAN 50 WP 


9651.00 


UCA 


UCB 


BROMINAL WEED KILLER 


9691.00 


STF 


CHP 


CAPTAN SP-4 FLOWABLE 


9724.00 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS 7.5% CAPTAN GREENHOUSE FUNGICIDE DUST 


9763.00 


PLG 




LESAN SOIL & TURF FUNGICIDE 


9765.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN-METHOXYCHLOR 75-3 SEED PROTECTANT 


9807.00 


INT 




CO-OP CYGON 4E LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


9871.00 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS THIRAM 80 WP TURF FUNGICIDE 


9907.00 


UCB 




AQUA-KLEEN GR WEED KILLER 


9916.00 


PLG 




PLANT-FUME LINDANE INSECTICIDE SMOKE FUMIGATOR 


9918.00 


PLG 




META-SYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


9922.00 


STF 


CHP 


CAPTAN 4 FLOWABLE 



161 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9934.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP COPPER 50W 


9945.00 


DIT 




LINDANE lOE INSECTICIDE 


9964.00 


CHV 




DIFOLATAN 480 FLOW ABLE 


10010.00 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BIRLANE 10 GRANULES INSECTICIDE 


10104.00 


CGC 




CYGON 480E 


10146.00 


DIT 




FENTHION 50E EC INSECTICIDE 


10177.00 


CHH 




DASANIT 15% GRANULAR 


10197.00 


PFF 




PFIZER THIRAM 75 SEED FUNG DU 


10216.00 


PEK 


PEL 


HERBICIDE 273 LIQUID 


10231.00 


CAY 




ZEP FORMULA 777 WEED KILLER 


10257.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 2,4-D ESTER 500 E.C. 


10308.00 


MOX 


MOL 


AVADEX BW GRANULAR HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


10322.00 


MBY 




ZOLONE 30 WP PHOSALONE INSECTICIDE 


10324.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT 


10339.00 


CHP 




MERGAMMA N-M DRILL BOX DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


10359.00 


FMC 


ARN 


FURADAN 10 GR INSEC 


10532.00 


CYC 




THIMET 15-G SOIL & SYSl bMIC INSECTICIDE 


10609.00 


ICI 


CHP 


DYFONATE 10-G GRANULES INSECTICIDE 


10610.00 


STF 


CHP 


DYF-THI 5-10-G SOIL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


10628.00 


DUQ 




SINBAR HERBICIDE 


10637.00 


DOW 




DURSBANME EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 


10640.00 


PLG 




PLANT-FUME NICOTINE SMOKE FUM 


10662.00 


INT 




IPCO NM DUAL PURPOSE DRILLBOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


10666.00 


FMC 


ARN 


FURADAN 5 GR SYSTEMIC INSEC 


10753.00 


PEF 


SHL 


BLADEX 80W 


10776.00 


CHH 




FOLITHION LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


10780.00 


CHV 




ORTHOCIDE 80 WP FUNGICIDE 


10826.00 


CHH 




FURADAN 5 GRANULES 


10827.00 


CHH 




FURADAN 10 GRANULES 


10840.00 


CHH 




BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR MOLLUSCICIDE 


10841.00 


CHH 




BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 


10842.00 


CHH 




BAYLUSCIDE-TFM WP SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 


10895.00 


CHH 




DASANIT -1- THIRAM 5%-10% GRANULAR 


10896.00 


CHP 




AGROX D-L PLUS INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


10904.00 


CGC 




PRINCEP 80W 


10905.00 


CGC 




AATREX 80W 


10906.00 


CGC 




PRIMATOL80W 


10907.00 


CGC 




SIMMAPRIM 80W INDUS HERB 


10910.00 


CHH 




SENCOR 50 WP AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


10924.00 


VAW 




WOODBRITE 24 


10925.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN PENTA-PRESERVATIVE 1-10 


10928.00 


CGC 




AATREX 90W 


10975.00 


CGC 




BASUDIN 50W 


10979.00 


CGC 




BASUDIN 500 E.C. 


10993.00 


DIT 




LINDANE lOS OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


11018.00 


DUQ 




HYVAR XL WEED & BRUSH KILLER 


11022.00 


BAT 




CYGON 480 


11025.00 


UNR 




DYANAP LIQUID WEED KILLER 


11029.00 


CHH 




BAYGON U-L-V SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


11045.00 


CGC 




AATREX LIQUID 


11115.00 


UCB 




SEVIN 4 OIL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


11128.00 


CHP 




GRAMOXONE S LIQUID HERBICIDE 


11137.00 


SUJ 


SUH 


SUMITHION FENITROTHION 


11153.00 


UCA 


UCB 


DESORMONE FORMERLY WEEDONE 170 


11154.00 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BIRLANE 3 INSECTICIDE 


11191.00 


MRZ 




M ARZONE ATRAZINE 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


11224.00 


VEL 




DYCLEER LIQUID HERBICIDE 


11261.00 


BUL 




BUSAN 30 LIQUID SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 


11274.00 


CGC 




GESAGARD 80W 


11299.00 


CCM 




POTATO TOP KILLER 300 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11312.00 


ICI 


CHP 


SUTAN + 8E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


11336.00 


CHP 




PIRIMOR 50W WETTABLE POWDER APHICIDE 


11339.00 


SCT 


ITT 


SCO 11 S PROTURF BROAD SPECTRUM GRANULAR FUNGICIDE 


11340.00 


VAR 




VW & R GUARDSMAN MANEB-THIODAN DUST 


11351.00 


DUQ 




KROVAR I WEED KILLER 


11398.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN CYTHION 1000 AGRICULTURAL 


11422.00 


UNR 




VITAFLO DP 


11424.00 


DOW 




LORSBAN 4C INSECTICIDE 


11442.00 


VAR 




DINITRO GENERAL WEEDKILLER EC CONCENTRATE 


11445.00 


CGC 




EKKO 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


11450.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN'6 INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 


11451.00 


INT 




CO-OP D-L + C DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


11461.00 


VAR 




VW & R GUARDSMAN WEED & TOP KILLER AGRICULTURAL 


11522.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP LINDANE 25 WP INSECTICIDE FOR LIVESTOCK 


11529.00 


BUL 




BUSAN DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


11530.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN DIAZINON 500 EC INSECTICIDE 


11547.00 


SDZ 




DYCLEER 24 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


11575.00 


STD 




SPROUT-NIP POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR 


11597.00 


CHC 




MAG-X-STRING 


11681.00 


SAN 




LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 


11725.00 


DUQ 




DUPONT LANNATE L INSECTICIDE 


11760.00 


CGC 




POTATO TOP KILLER 


11761.00 


SIF 


CHP 


SUTAN-ATRAZINE 18-6 GRANULES 


11763.00 


CAX 




SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 


11771.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIURON 80W HERBICIDE 


11788.00 


MRZ 




MART AN 50WP FUNGICIDE 


11848.00 


AGV 




POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR 


11860.00 


STD 




SPROUT NIP POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR 


11889.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DIAZINON 500 


11890.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DIAZINON 50W 


11933.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DIAZINON 50W INSECl ICIDE 


11934.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500 EC INSECTICIDE 


11935.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500E INSECTICIDE 


11936.00 


STF 


CHP 


CAPTAN 10 DUST 


12028.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN FLOWABLE SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 


12029.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN 30 METHOXYCHLOR 3 FLOWABLE SEED TREATMENT 


12072.00 


STD 




STAN-GARD DUAL PURPOSE SASH TREATMENT 


12073.00 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION 836 


12095.00 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL CORN CHOPS 


12096.00 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL WHOLE CORN 


12097.00 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL POWDER CONCENTRATE 


12098.00 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL MIXED GRAINS 


12104.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN HERB BOOSTER WETTING AGENT 


12106.00 


SAF 




SANEX AVITROL CORN CHOPS 


12107.00 


SAF 




SANEX AVITROL WHOLE CORN 


12171.00 


DUQ 




LEXONE METRIBUZIN WEED KILLER 


12216.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX CYTHION ULV INSECTICIDE 


12223.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN 2 1/2 G INSECTICIDE 


12224.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN DIAZINON 500 E.C. INSECTICIDE 


12239.00 


ICI 


CHP 


ERADICANE 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


12264.00 


KEK 




NORKEM 500 VEGETATION KILLER 


12302.00 


PEF 


SHL 


SHELL NUDRIN WATER MISCIBLE INSECTICIDE 


12343.00 


SAF 




SANEX AVITROL SPARROW MIX BAIT 


12344.00 


SAF 




SANEX AVITROL PIGEON MIX BAIT 


12360.00 


SAZ 




THURICIDE 16B AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR AERIAL APPLICATION 


12373.00 


CHP 




PIRIMOR 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE (CONTAINS PIRIMICARB) 
APHICIDE 


12400.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500S INSECTICIDE 


12439.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 50-S 


12461.00 


LAT 




LATERS DIAZINON 50 E.C. INSECTICIDE 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


12539.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO 20 EC INSECTICIDE 


12599.00 


ELA 




SPIKE 80W TEBUTHIURON 80% WP 


12767.00 


CHP 




MERGAMMA FLOWABLE DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


12828.00 


CYC 




CYCOCEL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


12864.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIMETHOATE 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


12865.00 


SAF 




CHLORDANE 8E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


12866.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 50-E 


12871.00 


ROH 




KELTHANE AP-35 


12876.00 


PFF 




PFIZER POTATO SEED PIECE DUAL PURPOSE TREATMENT POWDER 


12944.00 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 73 LINDANE 10.7 


13005.00 


BAZ 




BASF PATORAN 50-W 


13051.00 


UNR 




VITAVAX-CAPTAN 30W 


13166.00 


PEF 


CGC 


BLADEX LIQUID HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


13188.00 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL FC CORN CHOPS 


13245.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN COPPER OXYCHLORIDE 50 (AGRICULTURAL) 


13249.00 


APB 


CHP 


CUTRINE PLUS 


13250.00 


BAX 




SPOTTON CATTLE INSECTICIDE 


13315.00 


BUL 




BUSAN 1015 DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 


13349.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO-20 ULV CONCENTRATE 


13368.00 


DOW 




TELONE 1 IB SOIL FUMIGANT (AGRICULTURAL) 


13466.00 


BAX 




CORAL ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 1% SHAKER CAN 


13471.00 


PEJ 


PEL 


CHEMLEY NO SCALD DPA EC-283 (AGRICULTURAL) 


13504.00 


GAX 




GARDEX DIAZINON 50S INSECTICIDE 


13505.00 


GAX 




GARDEX DIAZINON 50E INSECTICIDE 


13561.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


SIMADEX SIMAZINE 80W 


13571.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


VECTAL 80W ATRAZINE 


13572.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


VECTAL FLOWABLE ATRAZINE 


13614.00 


CHC 




CHEM-CIDE 50 S/P 


13645.00 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDONE LV 4 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


13646.00 


MBY 




WEEDONE LV 6 2,4-D ESTER 


13656.00 


CGC 




DRILLBOX DIAZINON-LINDANE PLUS CAPTAN SEED TREATMENT 


13663.00 


PFF 




PFIZER ENDOSULFAN 400 


13694.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX ABATE 4E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


13739.00 


PFF 




PFIZER LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 


13796.00 


CGC 




DCL DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


13807.00 


GRB 


GRZ 


ALGIMYCIN PLL-C 


13808.00 


GRB 


GRZ 


SLOW RELEASE ALGIMYCIN PLL-C 


13816.00 


DUP 


PFF 


DIMILIN 25% WP INSECTICIDE 


13945.00 


APB 


CHP 


CUTRINE-PLUS GRANULAR ALGAECIDE 


13948.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN-BENOMYL FUNGICIDE 


13951.00 


PFF 




PFIZER D-I AZINON LINDANE CAPTAN DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 


14096.00 


MKA 




ATRAZINE 80W HERBICIDE FOR CORN (ATRAZINE) 


14100.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRA-MIX ATRAZINE-OIL CONCENTRATE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


14109.00 


SAF 




SANEX POISON CORN 


14111.00 


RAL 




PURINA FLY PATROL BAIT 


14114.00 


CGC 




PRIMEXTRA 


14115.00 


UNR 




VITA VAX DUAL SOLUTION SEED PROTECTANT (AGRICULTURAL) 


14135.00 


MKA 




DIUREX 80W HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14143.00 


ALS 




TORCH EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


14163.00 


DUQ 




VELPAR WEED KILLER 


14170.00 


VEL 




DYCLEER lOP 


14171.00 


INT 




CO-OP CAPTAN 50% WP FUNGICIDE 


14172.00 


INT 




CO-OP ATRAZINE 90 W HERBICIDE 


14179.00 


CHP 




TERRAKLENE LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL HERBICIDE 


14180.00 


CHP 




TOTA-COL LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL HERBICIDE 


14186.00 


CHH 




MATACIL 180-D OIL SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


14225.00 


CHV 




ORTHENE 75% SOLUBLE POWDER 


14226.00 


CHV 




ORTHENE FOREST SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


14232.00 


SMP 


SMM 


MONOBOR-CHLORATE GRANULAR WEED & GRASS KILLER 


14240.00 


BLL 


MAE 


ZP RODENT BAIT 



164 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14258.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN PREMIUM MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT EMULSIFIABLE 
CONCENTRATE 


14274.00 


MKA 




SIMAZINE80W 


14307.00 


CHH 




DYLOX 420 LIQUID 


14317.00 


CGC 




CAD TURF FUNGICIDE 


14332.00 


INT 




CO-OP COBUTOX 400 LIQUID HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


14337.00 


SHM 


CGC 


MAT AVEN WILD OAT HERBICIDE 


14338.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SYSTEM 480 EC SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


14340.00 


INT 




CO-OP ATRAZINE500F 


14345.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRAZINE 90W WETTABLE POWDER 


14378.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


FICAM W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14417.00 


GRN 


PFF 


KOCIDE 101 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


14478.00 


DIS 




DITHOATE 4-E 


14505.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX ULV TOBACCO INSECTICIDE 


14517.00 


SMP 


SMM 


GRANULAR UREABOR NON-SELECTIVE KILLER 


14523.00 


PFF 




PFIZER ATRAZINE 90W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


14524.00 


PFF 




PFIZER ATRAZINE 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


14581.00 


PEF 


SHL 


SHELL BLAZINE 80W 


14584.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 


14597.00 


SAF 




SANEX CYTHION ULV CONCENTRATE 


14600.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRAZINE FLOWABLE 


14601.00 


PFF 




PFIZER ATRAZINE 500 


14603.00 


SAF 




SANEX AVITROL FARM MIX FC CORN CHOPS 


14616.00 


MKA 




ATRAZINE 90W 


14617.00 


PFF 




PFIZER ENDOSULFAN 50 W 


14623.00 


UNR 




ESTAKIL LV 700 2,4-D 


14624.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 


14626.00 


UNR 




ESTAKIL LV 600 2,4-D 


14634.00 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE DIAZINON DUAL USE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


14712.00 


NCR 




ETHION 5 THIRAM 7.5-G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 


14721.00 


NCR 




ETHION 25W INSECTICIDE 


14727.00 


MBY 




THIODAN-2 ZINEB-5 


14739.00 


MBY 




ESTASOL 2,4-D ESI ER LV 600 


14741.00 


MBY 




FIXED COPPER 50-W 


14744.00 


MBY 




ELGETOL 


14752.00 


NCR 




LINDANE 25-W INSECTICIDE 


14753.00 


MBY 




THIRAM 75 W FUNGICIDE 


14767.00 


MBY 




CYGON 480-E 


14778.00 


NCR 




DYTOP POTATO TOP KILLER 


14784.00 


NCR 




ETHION 2% SUPERIOR OIL 70 AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


14785.00 


NCR 




SINOX GENERAL HERBICIDE 


14796.00 


MBY 




SILVAPROP LV700 1:1 BRUSHKILLER 


14800.00 


MBY 




PROPATURF HERBICIDE 


14801.00 


MBY 




WAXED MOUSE BAIT 2 AGRICULTURAL 


14803.00 


MBY 




ESTAPROP EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14806.00 


MBY 




GOPHER POISON 


14818.00 


ALS 




TBA-4 GENERAL WEED KILLER 


14819.00 


PFF 




PFIZER ETHION 5 - THIRAM 7.5G INS/FUN 


14823.00 


MKA 


LTR 


CAPTAN 50W FUNGICIDE 


14842.00 


CGC 




AATREX NINE-O 


14864.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO 50 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


14866.00 


SAF 




SANEX Z-PHOS RODENT BAIT 


14867.(X) 


CHG 


CHH 


SENCOR 500F FLOWABLE HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


14878.(K) 


MBY 




PARDNER EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


14879.00 


DOW 




LORSBAN 4E INSECTICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


14893.(X) 


INT 




IPCO BENOLIN-R INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST (SEED TREATMENT) 


14916.00 


NCR 




BIVERT - PH LIQUID ADJUVANT 


14942.(H) 


NUX 




NUODEX PMA-18 PAINT PRESERVATIVE 


14943.(X) 


NUX 




NUODEX PMO-10 PAINT PRESERVATIVE 


14944.00 


NUX 




SUPER AD-IT PAINT PRESERVATIVE 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14945.00 


NUX 




NUODEX PMA-60 


14979.00 


CGC 




AATREX PLUS AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


14980.00 


BAZ 




PATORAN FL LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 


14993.00 


CHP 




GAMMASAN SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


14998.00 


RAB 


HER 


RID-A-BIRDUOO 


14999.00 


CGC 




DUAL CIBA-GEIGY 960E 


15027.00 


MBY 




DESORMONE 7 (HERBICIDE FOR BRUSH & WEEDS) 


15032.00 


BAZ 




BASF BASAMID GRANULAR SOIL FUMIGANT (AGRICULTURAL) 


15046.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP ENDOSULFAN 4E INSECTICIDE/MITICIDE 


15047.00 


SAF 




SANEX CANARY SEED MOUSE KILLER READY TO USE BAIT 


15084.00 


CYC 




NOVABAC - 3 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


15086.00 


UAG 




PFIZER DINOSEB 300 P.T.K. AGRICULTURAL 


15103.00 


BAX 




K.R.S. SPRAY FOAM WITH CO- RAL FOR TREATMENT OF WOUNDS 


15109.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA ATRAZINE 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


15113.00 


RAL 




PURINA MANGE CONTROL 


15152.00 


ZOE 


ZOD 


ALTOSID BRIQUET MOSQUITO GROWTH REGULATOR 


15210.00 


PFF 




PFIZER CAPTAN 50W 


15281.00 


CAT 




CANTOL 450 A LIQUID NON-SELECTIVE VEGETATION KILLER 


15333.00 


MKA 




THIONEX 50W ENDOSULFAN INSECTICIDE 


15353.00 


DIS 




STOCKPEST LOUSE SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


15360.00 


BAX 




LYSOFF POUR-ON FOR LICE 


15368.00 


BLL 


MAE 


ZP TRACKING POWDER 


15478.00 


ELA 




HERBEC 20P HERBICIDE 


15533.00 


UNR 




VITAVAX RS FLOWABLE SYSTEMIC LIQUID (SEED PROTECTANT) 


15537.00 


UNR 




VITA VAX DUAL POWDER SEED PROTECTANT 


15559.00 


CHV 




ORTHENE TREE & ORNAMENTAL SPRAY 


15567.00 


SAF 




SANEX ABATE 2G GRANULAR MOSQUITO LARVICIDE 


15586.00 


AVC 


ABE 


ORNITROL CHEMOSTERILANT FOR PIGEON CONTROL 


15587.00 


MBY 




THIRALIN PLUS FUNGICIDE/INSECTICIDE 


15611.00 


PEF 


SHL 


SHELL BLAGAL LIQUID HERBICIDE 


15706.00 


ROH 




STAMPEDE CM POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 


15707.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 700 


15732.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN 20 QWIK-KILL 


15738.00 


SHM 




RIPCORD 400EC AGRICULTURAL INSECI ICIDE 


15745.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX DDVP-350 ULV INSECTICIDE 


15747.00 


CAX 




THIODAN 4 EC INSECTICIDE 


15755.00 


INT 




CO-OP POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT 


15821.00 


CAX 




THIODAN 50-WP INSECTICIDE 


15836.00 


SAF 




SANEX ATRAZINE 80 W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


15840.00 


SHM 


CGC 


BELMARK 300 AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


15843.00 


CHP 




SWEEP NO-TILL HERBICIDE 


15864.00 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BIRLANEmilRAM 


15881.00 


INT 




IPCO AG-SURF LIQUID SPRAY ADJUVANT AGRICULTURAL 


15885.00 


PEF 


SHL 


SHELL BLAZINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


15893.00 


DOW 




TELONE 11 LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 


15897.00 


MKA 




DIAZOL (DIAZINON) 50W 


15902.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


SIMADEX SIMAZINE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


15920.00 


CHP 




TALON RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


15921.00 


MKA 




DIAZOL 50 EC INSECTICIDE 


15927.00 


CHP 




TALON RODENTICIDE MINI PELLETS 


15933.00 


UNR 




THIRAM 75WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


15959.00 


DUO 




DU PONT LEXONE DF WEED KILLER 


15971.00 


MBY 




RODENT BAIT RODENTICIDE FOR POCKET GOPHERS 


15981.00 


DOW 




ESTERON'600 FORESTRY HERBICIDE 


16021.00 


GRX 




MALATHION 1000 


16037.00 


LAT 




LATER'S LAGON 480E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


16047.00 


PFF 




PFIZER COPPERCIDE 


16049.00 


PFF 




PFIZER SIMAZINE 80W 


16064.00 


CHP 




RATAK -1- RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


16122.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP WAXED MOUSE BAIT 2 



166 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16125.00 


CHH 




SENCOR 50 WETTABLE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


16140.00 


LAT 




LATER-S COPPER SPRAY W.P. FUNGICIDE 


16164.00 


MBY 




BUCTRIL M 


16198.00 


GAX 




GARDEX MALATHION ULV CONCENTRATE 


16209.00 


GRX 




LINDANE 25W 


16215.00 


WIL 




WILSARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLE I S 


16253.00 


MKA 




PROMETRYNE 80W (PROMETREX 80WP) 


16290.00 


LAT 




LATER'S DINOSEB GENERAL EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


16323.00 


DOW 




TELONE C-17-R SOIL FUMIGANT 


16324.00 


DOW 




TELONE C-17 SOIL FUMIGANT 


16370.00 


CGC 




PRINCEP NINE-T 


16410.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA DIMETHOATE 480-E 


16427.00 


MKA 




URAGAN80WP 


16428.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP L.V. WEEDKILLER 2,4-D ESTER 600 E.C. 


16429.00 


UNR 




YELLOW STUFF G HERBICIDE 


16432.00 


UNR 




TOPPER POTATO TOP KILLER 


16447.00 


MBY 




FORMULA 500 ATRAZINE FLOW ABLE HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


16451.00 


UNR 




VITA VAX RS POWDER 


16453.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DYCLEER 12 


16456.00 


MBY 




ISOPROP700 1:1 BRUSHKILLER 


16460.00 


SAF 




SANEX ABATE 4E INSECTICIDE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


16476.00 


GAX 




GARDEX VAPONA-20 ULV CONCENTRATE 


16478.00 


MKA 




BROMEX (NALED) EC 


16481.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 480 


16482.00 


DOW 




TORDON lOK PELLETS SYSTEMIC BRUSH KILLER 


16518.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 50 E.C. INSECTICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


16532.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 600 


16545.00 


SDZ 




DYVEL LIQUID HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


16556.00 


UCA 


UCB 


DESORMONE LV-700 


16579.00 


SAF 




SANEX LOW- VOLATILE 2,4-D ESTER 80 


16622.00 


PEF 




TORQUE 480 


16641.00 


BAZ 




LADDOK LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


16657.00 


MBY 




NIAGARA ISOPROP600 1:1 BRUSHKILLER 


16662.00 


CGC 




GALEX 500 E.C. 


16675.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP FORESTER E.C. FORESTRY HERBICIDE 


16724.00 


LAT 




LATER'S L.V. BRUSH KILLER 700 


16736.00 


PFF 




PFIZER 2,4-D BUTYRIC 400 


16834.00 


CLR 


AGT 


PMAS WINTER TURF FUNGICIDE 


16836.00 


CLR 


AGT 


CADDY LIQUID CADMIUM TURF FUNGICIDE 


16863.00 


TIR 


TIS 


PATOX POLE TREATING WRAP TYPE I 


16873.00 


ABT 


ABC 


DIPEL88 


16885.00 


UNR 




DIAZOL 50W (DIAZINON) 


16886.00 


UNR 




DIAZOL 50EC (DIAZINON) 


16948.00 


GET 




EPIBLOC RODENTICIDE 


17001.00 


BAZ 




CYCOCEL EXTRA 


17087.00 


CYC 




THIMET 15-G SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


17133.00 


BIP 


CHH 


NOVABAC-3 


17145.00 


ALS 




BROMOX 450M EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


17160.00 


MBY 




AQUASHADE 


17199.00 


SAZ 




THURICIDE32B 


17200.00 


ZOE 


ZOD 


THURICIDE 32LV 


17242.00 


CHG 


CHH 


SENCOR 75DF SPRAYULE (AGRICULTURAL) 


17245.00 


DUO 




DUPONT GLEAN HERBICIDE 


17247.00 


SDZ 




APEX 65 E.C. INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 


17274.00 


CGC 




RIDOMIL 240EC (AGRICULTURAL) 


17276.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DIMETHOATE 435 


17296.00 


ABC 




VECTOBAC 


17300.00 


CGC 




RIDOMIL MZ 72W 


17305.00 


CAX 




DECIS 2.5 EC INSECTICIDE 


17324.00 


ZOE 


ZOD 


KABAT TOBACCO PROTECTOR 



167 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


17354.00 


CHP 




RATAK + RODENTICIDE MINI-PELLETS 


17384.00 


PFF 




PFIZER STAMPEDE CM 


17412.00 


INT 




WEEDAWAY 2,4-D LV ESTER 700 LIQUID HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


17418.00 


CHH 




MATACIL 180 FLOW ABLE INSECTICIDE 


17420.00 


CHH 




AMAZE 20% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


17421.00 


CHH 




AMAZE 15% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


17449.00 


SAF 




SANEX GREEN TEK VAPO E.C. 


17465.00 


UNR 




B-NINE-SP 


17540.00 


UCA 


UCB 


DRAGON EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


17541.00 


UCA 


UCB 


DRAGONMATE EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


17557.00 


MOM 


MAE 


MOTOMCO WATER SOLUBLE PIVALYN CONCENTRATE 


17599.00 


PLG 




B-NINE-SP 


17669.00 


UCB 




SABRE BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


17675.00 


MBY 




TORCH DS BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


17697.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP SIMAZINE 80 W.P. HERBICIDE 


17702.00 


KEK 




NORKEM TSS 


17703.00 


EMO 




EMPIRE EL TVK 


17740.00 


VEL 


CTX 


CHLORDANE C- 100 EC 


17778.00 


DUP 


CHH 


FUTURA SUSPENSION BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


17824.00 


FPM 




LECONTVIRUS BIOLOGIAL INSECTICIDE 


17868.00 


CGC 




RIPCORD 400 AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


17873.00 


CGC 




BELMARK 300 AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


17877.00 


VEL 




BANVEL lOG 


17879.00 


CGC 




BIRLANEATHIRAM 


17881.00 


CGC 




BIRLANE 3 G INSECTICIDE 


17882.00 


CGC 




NUDRIN 


17895.00 


CGC 




BIRLANE 10 


17899.00 


CGC 




ATRAZINE 80 W HERBICIDE 


17900.00 


CGC 




BLAGAL HERBICIDE 


17901.00 


CGC 




BLADEX LIQUID AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


17902.00 


CGC 




BLAZINE LIQUID 


17903.00 


CGC 




BLAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 


17904.00 


CGC 




MATAVEN AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


17905.00 


CGC 




ATRAZINE 500 L HERBICIDE 


17906.00 


CGC 




BLADEX 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


17940.00 


CHH 




FURADAN CR-10 SYSTEMIC INSECl ICIDE 


17954.00 


ABT 


ABC 


DIPEL 132 


17958.00 


UCB 




BROMOX 720 M BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


17980.00 


SDZ 




THURICIDE48LV 


17983.00 


MBY 




ZOLONE FLO 


18001.00 


MBY 




PARDNER (AGRICULTURAL EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER) 


18008.00 


UCB 




BROMOX C-100 BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


18022.00 


MBY 




BUCTRIL M EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER (AGRICULTURAL) 


18133.00 


CHP 




GAM M AS AN + FLOW ABLE RAPESEED TREATMENT 


18158.00 


ABT 


ABC 


VECTOBAC-200G 


18197.00 


DUQ 




VELPARL HERBICIDE 


18230.00 


INT 




WEEDAWAY COBUTOX 400 LIQUID HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


18353.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


VORLEX PLUS LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 


18354.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


VORLEX PLUS CP LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 


18450.00 


CGC 




AATREX LIQUID 480 


18491.00 


CGC 




PRIMATOL 480 LIQUID 


18492.00 


CGC 




SIMMAPRIM NINE-T 


18501.00 


CGC 




PRIMATOL NINE-0 


18550.00 


CGC 




SUPRACIDE 240 EC 


18684.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRAZINE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


18812.00 


DRX 


CPM 


DREXEL ATRAZINE 600 HERBICIDE 


18837.00 


SDZ 




BANVEL HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


19066.00 


INT 




CO-OP AATREX NINE-0 


19091.00 


CGC 




BLADEX T.T.C. 


19112.00 


CEV 


APA 


TRUEGRIT PIVALYN 



168 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


19114.00 


CEV 


APA 


TRUEGRIT GOPHER-RID 




19157.00 


SDZ 




DYCLEER 480 HERBICIDE 




19159.00 


CGC 




BLADEX NINE-T AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 




19162.00 


INT 




CO-OP ATRAZINE 600 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 




19170.00 


CHP 




CYMBUSH 250EC 




19217.00 


MBY 




EMBUTOX 625 




19219.00 


DU? 


CHH 


BACTIMOS WETTABLE POWDER 




19220.00 


DU? 


CHH 


BACTIMOS GRANULES 




19292.00 


CHP 




VENTURE PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 




19349.00 


SDZ 




MARKSMAN HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 




19409.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BASUDIN 500EC 




19455.00 


ABT 


ABC 


VECTOBAC 600L 




19477.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN TC TERMITICIDE CONCENTRATE 




19576.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP DIAZINON 50 W.P. INSECTICIDE 




19611.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN L.O. INSECTICIDE 




19677.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN DDVP-20 E.C. INSECTICIDE 




19680.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN DDVP-20 ULV INSECTICIDE 




19722.00 


SAF 




SANEX CHLORDANE 8E 




19728.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


TURCAM INSECTICIDE 




19864.00 


PLG 




TRUMPET INSECTICIDE 




19884.00 


INT 




IPCO DIMETHOATE 480 AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 




19899.00 


MOX 


MOL 


VISION SILVICULTURE HERBICIDE 




20105.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


FICAM PLUS SYNERGIZED PYRETHRINS 




20485.00 


DUP 


CHH 


FUTURA XLV SUSPENSION 




20544.00 


CHH 




SENCOR 75% WP HERBICIDE 




20575.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN TURF INSECTICIDE 




20835.00 


ELA 




ENHANCE 




20944.00 


DOW 




LORSBAN 50W WP INSECTICIDE AGRICULTURAL 




20968.00 


CHH 




SENCOR SOLUPAK 75DF (AGRICULTURAL) 




21035.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


APOLLO (SC) OVICIDAL MITICIDE 

TOTAL: 


543 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 4. 



SCHEDULE: 3 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


34.00 


STD 




FORMALDEHYDE SN SEED TREAT 


179.00 


GRA 




META SLUG KILLER BAIT 


685.00 


NOX 




NOXALL EARWIG BAIT BRAN 


997.00 


MBS 


GDR 


CORRY'S SLUG & SNAIL DEATH 


2150.00 


NOX 




SLUGO SLUG BAIT 


2238.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,4-D AMINE 500 WEEDKILLER 


2687.00 


DOW 




FORMULA 40C LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 


2791.00 


PLG 




SLUG-EM SLUG BAIT 


2851.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE LIQUID 400 SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


2915.00 


CHV 




ORTHORIX SPRAY 


3186.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS 2,4-D AMINE 500 


3517.00 


UCB 




NO-WEED 2,4-D AMINE 


3608.00 


TEI 




NEVAROT WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


3645.00 


KEM 




DED-RAT WARFARIN RODENTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


3676.00 


INT 




CO-OP 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


3794.00 


PLG 




NO-DAMP FUNGICIDE FOR DAMPING-OFF 


3927.00 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDAR 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 


3937.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S WARFARIN CONC KILLS RATS & MICE 


4067.(K) 


CHP 




METHOXONE SODIUM 300 MCPA WEEDKILLER 


41.55.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID DANDELION KILLER 


4282.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MALATHION 500 EC 


4294.00 


CGC 




TCA SOLUBLE PELLETS 


4588.(K) 


CYC 




CYTHION INSECTICIDE 



169 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


4590.00 


CYC 




CYTHION 50% MALATHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


4638.(K) 


PLC 




PLANT PRODUCTS MALATHION 50E 


4709.00 


PFF 




PFIZER 50% MALATHION INSECTICIDE 


4860.00 


CHP 




C-I-L MALATHION 50 CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


4863.00 


INT 




CO-OP WARBLE POWDER 


4864.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 25% MALATHION 


4878.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP METHOXYCHLOR 50% W.P. AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


4916.00 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDAR MCPA CONENTRATE AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


4918.00 


ROH 




DITHANE M-22 WETTABLE POWDER MANEB 80% AGRICULTURAL 


5054.00 


KCD 




MARLATE 50 METHOXYCHLOR INSECTICIDE 


5080.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S WARFARIN BAIT CONCENTRATE KILLS RATS & MICE 


5095.00 


CGD 


CGA 


MITIN FF HIGH CONCENTRATE 


5136.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN FERBAM WP FUNGICIDE 


5339.00 


OSD 




PENTOX PRIMER SEALER WOOD PRESERVER CLEAR 


5429.00 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 16 FLY BAIT 


5449.00 


KIN 




KING ROSE & FLOWER DUST 


5460.00 


INT 




CO-OP MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


5739.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP SLUG DUST 


5745.(K) 


CYC 




AMINO TRIAZOLE 


5780.00 


INT 




CO-OP FLOWER & GARDEN DUST 


5821.00 


INT 




CO-OP MALATHION 500 EC INSECTICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


5931.00 


PFF 




PFIZER 2,4-D AMINE 600 


5937.00 


MBY 




TROPOTOX WEED KILLER 


5942.00 


CGC 




MCPA AMINE 500 


5981.00 


CGL 




MCPA AMINE 500 


6017.00 


CHH 




DIPTEREX SUGAR BAIT FLY KILLER 


6022.00 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION 50M 


6024.00 


SAF 




CHLORO 2 INSECTICIDE 


6047.00 


UCB 




NO-WEED MCPA AMINE 500 


6192.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MULTI-PURPOSE FLOWER & VEGETABLE DUST 


6274.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MCPA AMINE 400 


6298.00 


LAT 




LATER'S GARDEN FUNGICIDE 


6335.00 


LAT 




EATER'S LIME SULPHUR SN FUNGICIDE ACARICIDE 


6453.00 


STF 


CHP 


VAPAM LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 


6639.00 


RAL 




PURINA HOG & CATTLE DUSTING POWDER 


6713.00 


LAT 




LATER'S MALATHION 50 INSECT SPRAY 


6731.00 


CHH 




DYRENE 50% WETTABLE POWDER FOLIAGE FUNGICIDE 


6757.00 


REC 




CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID 


68.39.00 


MBY 




SEVIN 50W CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


6916.00 


LAT 




LATER'S BUG-GETA SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 


6936.00 


LAT 




LATER'S SLUG & SNAIL KILLER #50 


6937.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


ACTI DIONE P.M. FLOWER FUNGICIDE 


6954.00 


LAT 




LATER'S WEEVIL & EARWIG BAIT 


6967.00 


STD 




2,4-D AMINE 80 SN WEEDKILLER 


6969.00 


STD 




MCPA AMINE 80 WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 


6998.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP FORMALIN FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 


7062.00 


STF 


CHP 


EPTAM 5-G HERB 


7108.00 


UCB 




NO-WEED MCPA SODIUM SALT 


7162.00 


UCB 




AMITROLT 


7251.00 


UNR 




QUINTOZENE (TERRACLOR) 75 WP SOIL FUNGICIDE 


7270.00 


DUR 




WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


7315.00 


CYC 




CYPREX 65-W FRUIT FUNGICIDE 


7363.00 


MBY 




COMPITOX LIQUID SELECl IVE WEEDKILLER 


7386.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID LIME SULPHUR 


7512.00 


PLG 




PLANT-FUME TEDION V18 MITICIDE SMOKE FUMIGATOR 


7559.00 


UCB 




AMIZOL 


7572.00 


INT 




CO-OP DALAPON GRASS KILLER 


76.39.00 


CHP 




REGLONE LIQUID HERBICIDE & DESICCANT 


7647.00 


CHH 




DYLOX 5% GRANULAR BAIT CROP INSECTICIDE 


7687.00 


LAT 




LATER'S GRASS KILLER SP 



170 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


7697.00 


CYC 




AMITROLE 90 WEEDKILLER 


7715.00 


PLC 




SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS MICE & DEER 


7717.00 


BAT 




BARTLETT ROPELLENT REPELLENT OF RABBITS & RODENTS 


7743.00 


UCB 




AMIBEN LIQUID WEED KILLER 


7754.00 


INT 




CO-OP ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


7812.00 


STD 




MCPA SODIUM SALT 48 WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 


7835.00 


TAS 




ATRA PELL WEED SHRUB GRASS KILLER 


7876.00 


CHH 




DYRENE TURF FUNGICIDE 50% WETTABLE POWDER 


7893.00 


CYC 




CYTROL AMITROL-T WEED KILLER 


8020.00 


CHP 




C-I-L VEGETATION KILLER STERIL 


8035.00 


RER 




REL-EX STOP-PEST PRODUCTS HOUSEHOLD INSECT DESTROYER 


8144.00 


LAT 




LATERS ZINEB 15% DUST FUNGICIDE 


8151.00 


MBY 




SEVIN 80S CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


8159.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN PREMIUM LAWN WEEDKILLER 


8167.00 


MOX 


MOL 


AVADEX BW HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


8168.00 


CHD 


SIE 


POL-NU PAK GROUND-LINE POLE TREAT BANDAGE 


8169.00 


GRA 




META SLUG PELLETS 


8170.00 


CHD 


SIE 


POL-NU PAK GROUND-LINE POLE TREATMENT 


8184.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SEVIN 85W INSEC 


8211.00 


MBY 




TROPOTOX PLUS 400 


8223.00 


BAZ 




BASFAPON SOLUBLE POWDER HERBICIDE 


8253.00 


DOW 




DOW MCPA 300 FARM WEED KILLER SOLUTION (AGRICULTURAL) 


8287.00 


DUQ 




LOROX WEED KILLER 


8289.00 


SDZ 




PENTAC WP MITICIDE 


8352.00 


CHH 




LESAN (FORMERLY DEXON) 5% GRANULAR SOIL FUNGICIDE 


8370.00 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY VAPONA INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


8373.00 


ALS 




ACS GRASS KILLER 


8393.00 


STF 


CHP 


TILLAM 7.2-E PEBULATE 


8404.00 


DOO 




CCC PENTOL 


8406.00 


DOO 




CCC CREOSOTE 


8419.00 


LAT 




LATERS PYRETHRUM EC INSECTICIDE 


8469.00 


INT 




CO-OP LAWN WEED KILLER 


8480.00 


INT 




CO-OP MALATHION INSECT SPRAY 


8524.00 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 


8556.00 


ROH 




DITHANE M-45 


8567.00 


CYC 




CYGON 240 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8580.00 


WAL 




WATKINS FLY BAIT 


8588.00 


CHH 




MORESTAN 25% WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


8595.00 


MBY 




COMPITOX PLUS LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


8624.00 


GAX 




GARDEX 50% MALATHION EC INSECTICIDE 


8768.00 


CHH 




BAYGON 2% ROACH BAIT INSECTICIDE 


8770.00 


CHH 




BAYGON SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


8772.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


BOTRAN 75W FUNGICIDE 


8775.00 


PLG 




PLANTFUME DDVP SMOKE FUMIGATOR 


8781.00 


CGC 




VAPONA FOGGING SOLUTION 


8791.00 


STD 




STANGARD PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


8799.00 


STD 




STANGARD PENTA 1:4 CONCENTRATE WR WATER REPELLENT WOOD 
PRESERVATIVE 


8801.00 


STD 




STANGARD PENTA WR WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


8808.00 


CHH 




DYRENE LAWN FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


8819.00 


CHP 




C-I-L SLUG KILLER PELLETS 


8845.00 


RAW 




CATTLE & BARN SPRAY 


8871.00 


UCB 




AMIBEN GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


8950.00 


CHH 




DYLOX LIQUID SOLUTION 


8963.00 


SDS 


SDB 


DACTHAL W-75 HERBICIDE 


8971.00 


LAT 




LATERS LIQ SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 


8975.00 


CHP 




MECOPROP AMINE 200 WEEDKILLER 


9001.00 


SAL 




SEVIN INSEC 


9025.00 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDONE SPOT GRASS & WEEDKILLER 


9033.00 


YAP 




ULTRAMINE 2,4-D AMINE 5(X) LIQUID HERBICIDE 



171 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9034.00 


LAT 




LATERS 10 METHOXYCHLOR DUST INSECTICIDE FOR VEGETABLES 


9042.00 


DOL 




DOMINION SEVIN FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY 


9057.00 


ICI 


CHP 


BETASAN 4.8-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


9082.00 


DUQ 




MANZATE D FUNGICIDE 


9099.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS POTATO DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


9103.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID MULTI-WEEDER FOR LAWNS 


9110.00 


HOS 




SUPER SOLIGNUM 10-10 CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


9171.00 


LAI 


NIK 


FLOMOR FOR CONTROL OF MICROORGANISMS IN TAP HOLES 


9172.00 


CGC 




SEVIN 50% SPRAY POWDER 


9178.00 


INT 




CO-OP MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


9182.00 


CGC 




CIODRIN 200 BACK-RUBBER EC INSECTICIDE 


9183.00 


RAL 




PURINA DAIRY SPRAY SPECIAL 


9186.00 


CGC 




CIOVAP LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


9191.00 


CGC 




MECOPROP LIQUID HERBICIDE 


9224.00 


GRO 




ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


9243.00 


GRA 




GREENLEAF LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 


9257.00 


ELA 




TREFLAN EC CONTAINS TRIFLURALIN 


9284.00 


CHP 




METHOXONE AMINE 500 MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


9294.00 


DUQ 




TUPERSAN WEED KILLER 


9312.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR 50W AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE • 


9318.00 


LAT 




LATER'S ZINEB 80 WP FUNGICIDE 


9331.00 


PEN 




PESTROY AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


9342.00 


MBY 




CALMIX PELLETS WEEDKILLER & SOIL STERILANT 


9350.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS KILLEX LAWN WEED KILLER 


9408.00 


CHH 




DYLOX PLUS METASYSTOX-R 


9419.00 


BAX 




NEGUVON POUR-ON-CATTLE INSECTICIDE 


9448.00 


CGC 




CIOVAP BACK-RUBBER SOLUTION 


9455.00 


GAP 




GARDO ANTI-FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


9457.00 


CHP 




C-I-L WEED & GRASS KILLER 


9465.00 


CHV 




ORTHO SUPER WEED-B-GON 


9492.00 


MBE 




MARQUETTE SEVIN 50% INSECTICIDE 


9498.00 


CHH 




MORESTAN 2% DUST MITICIDE INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


9509.00 


CGC 




TENORAN 50WP AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


9516.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MCPA AMINE 500 


9524.00 


LAT 




LATER'S HYBOR-D GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT 


9528.00 


DOW 




2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER (AGRICULTURAL) 


9535.00 


REC 




PENTA-PHENOL WOOD PRESERVATIVE & PRIMER-SEALER 


9537.00 


INT 




CO-OP FRUIT & SHRUB DUST OR SPRAY INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


9547.00 


PFF 




PFIZER 2,4-D AMINE 500 


9554.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP LIQUID MECOPROP HERBICIDE FOR TURF & CEREALS 


9603.00 


CGC 




CASORON 4G 


9656.00 


INT 




CO-OP SLUG BAIT INSECTICIDE PELLETS 


9669.00 


ROH 




DITHANE M-22 SPECIAL 


9699.00 


RER 




REL-EX STOP-PEST PRODUCTS TRIPLE "A" SPRAY 


9704.00 


LAT 




LATER'S ROSE & FLORAL DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


9712.00 


DIT 




WARFARIN RODENTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 


9726.00 


CHV 




ISOTOX INSECT SPRAY 


9731.00 


VIG 




VIGORO CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


9738.00 


ICI 


CHP 


IMIDAN 50-WP AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


9740.00 


VIG 




VIGORO DANDELION KILLER 


9774.00 


REC 




RECOCHEM LIQUID CRESQZENE 


9777.00 


CGL 




2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


9801.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S CYGON 2-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


9802.00 


WIL 




WILSON 50% MALATHION LIQUID 


9803.00 


GRA 




GREENLEAF SUPREME DORMANT OIL SPRAY 


9811.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS KILLEX LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 


9824.00 


ABE 




WACO 65-20 MAL-THANE FOGGING OIL 


9827.00 


CHH 




DYLOX 80% SOLUBLE POWDER 


9832.00 


SDS 


SDB 


DACONIL 2787 W-75 TURF CARE 


9853.00 


DOW 




MCPA AMINE 500 FARM WEED KILLER (AGRICULTURAL) 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9858.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MCPA SODIUM 300 


9888.00 


CHV 




ORTHO BUG-GETA PE 


9898.00 


INT 




CO-OP LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


9899.00 


INT 




CO-OP BACKRUBBER SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 


9903.00 


UCA 


UCB 


SUPER D LIQUID WEEDONE 


9909.00 


UCB 




LIQUID AMIZINE A GENERAL WEED KILLER 


9920.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX MALATHION 500 EC EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


9921.00 


STF 


CHP 


EPTAM 2.3-G EPTC 


9927.00 


STF 


CHP 


VERNAM 7.2-E VERNOLATE 


9958.00 


INT 




CO-OP GARDEN MAGGOT KILLER 


9975.00 


DIT 




MALATHION 50E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


9977.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS WEED-NO-MORE 


9978.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


9986.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS FRUIT TREE & GARDEN SPRAY 


9987.00 


PLG 




PLANT FOG DDVP A THERMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 


9989.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CRABGRASS KILLER LIQUID 


9995.00 


CGC 




VAPONA 5% FOGGING SOLUTION 


10038.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CYGON 240EC 


10061.00 


DIT 




SULFARIN RODENTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 


10085.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


ENIDE 50W HERBICIDE SELECTIVE PRE-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE 


10099.00 


MBY 




X-ALL LIQUID HERBICIDE (GENERAL WEED CONTROL) 


10110.00 


CGC 




CIODRIN LIVESTOCK FLY & LOUSE KILLER 


10132.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN MALATHION 500 EC INSECTICIDE 


10134.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAMAFOG INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 


10150.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX DDVP-5 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


10176.00 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDONE GARDEN WEEDER 


10178.00 


ICI 


CHP 


RO-NEET 7.2-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 


10179.00 


ICI 


CHP 


RO-NEET lOG SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


10184.00 


OLH 




OCHEMCO SUPER 2,4-D AMINE 80 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10186.00 


ROH 




DITHANE M-45 POTATO SEED PIECE FUNGICIDE 


10233.00 


CHH 




BAYGON LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


10243.00 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS FUNGICIDE DUST CONTAINS 20% QUINTOZENE 


10256.00 


CHV 




TRIOX VEGETATION KILLER 


10292.00 


DIT 




PYRATEX RSC ROACH SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


10304.00 


WIL 




WILSON SLUG BAIT PELLETS 


10305.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP STREPTOMYCIN 1 7 


10310.00 


INT 




CO-OP STOCKFLY POWDER INSECTICIDE 


10320.00 


LAV 




DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR VARNISH 545-274 


10325.00 


CGC 




KILLEX SPOT WEEDER 


10326.00 


UNR 




OMITE-30W MITICIDE 


10337.00 


CHP 




C-I-L LEAFMINER KILLER CYGON 2-E 


10338.00 


CHP 




AGROX N-M DRILL BOX & SLURRY SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


10387.00 


INT 




CO-OP SEVIN 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


10401.00 


MBY 




WEEDAR MCPA AMINE (BROADLEAF HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL) 


10455.00 


VAR 




DIMETHOATE 480 E.C. SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


10474.00 


CAX 




NATA SODIUM TCA GRASS KILLER PELLETS 


10481.00 


CGC 




METHOXYCHLOR 240 EC 


10483.00 


UCA 


ALS 


WEEDAR MCPA SODIUM 


10495.00 


ROH 




DIKAR FUNGICIDE-MITICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


10511.00 


NOX 




DAWGONE DOG REPELLENT 


10513.00 


UCA 


UCB 


ORNAMENTAL WEEDER 


10526.00 


DUO 




MANZATE 200 MANCOZEB FUNGICIDE 


10559.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


10569.00 


SAF 




SANEX WOODCHUCK BOMBS 


10585.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX DDVP- 10 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


10590.00 


CHP 




C-I-L LAWN WEEDKILLER TRICEP 


10593.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS SLUG DESTROYER PELLETS 


10603.(X) 


CHP 




CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


10617.00 


CHD 


SIE 


TIMPREG B POL-NU TYPE WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREASE 


10619.00 


KVL 




SEVIN POULTRY & LIVESTOCK WETTABLE INSECTICIDE 



173 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 




10621.00 


STF 


CHP 


SUTAN 10-G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 




10627.00 


INT 




CO-OP WEEDRITE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 




10636.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN*2E EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 




10639.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S GARDEN SPRAY 




10644.00 


INT 




CO-OP INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST 




10660.00 


INT 




IPCO NM DRILLBOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 




10690.00 


LAT 




LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 25% EC INSECTICIDE 




10708.00 


SDS 




DACTHAL G-5 HERBICIDE 




10711.00 


KIN 




KING PTV POTATO TOMATO & VEGETABLE DUST 




10742.00 


LAT 




LATER'S GARD-N-AID ROSE SPRAY 




10744.00 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDONE PREEMERGENCE CRABGRASS CONTROL 




10757.00 


LAT 




LATER'S RESIDUAL CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 




10779.00 


REC 




MIRA-SOL INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH DEODORIZER & CLEANER 




10805.00 


CGC 




BENAZOLIN LIQUID HERBICIDE 




10806.00 


Sll- 


CHP 


BETASAN 12.5-G HERBICIDE 




10817.00 


OLH 




MCPA AMINE 80 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 




10848.00 


DUQ 




TERSAN LSR TURF FUNGICIDE 




10866.00 


SAF 




SANEX 5MX FOG OIL INSECTICIDE 




10877.00 


INT 




CO-OP CYGON 2-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 




10886.00 


KCD 




TERRANEB SP TURF FUNGICIDE 




10892.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP GLOWON TREE KILLER 




10914.00 


CGC 




GCP GARDEN & FRUIT TREE SPRAY 




10915.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MECOPROP 300 




10916.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MECOPROP PLUS 2,4-D AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 




10936.00 


DOW 




PLICTRAN 50W MITICIDE 




10949.00 


CGC 




LIQUID POISON IVY & BRUSH KILLER 




10957.00 


CBC 




PYRETHRUM LIQUID DIP FOR CONTROL OF BLOWFLIES ON FISH 




10959.00 


UNR 




PRO-GRO SYSTEMIC SEED PROTECTANT 




10964.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID TREE & SHRUB SPRAY 




10965.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SEVIN GARDEN SPRAY 




10969.00 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY ESI EMINE MCPA 




10970.00 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY ESTEMINE 2,4-D 




10978.00 


CGC 




BASUDIN 5G 




10985.00 


LAT 




LATER'S 1% LINDANE DUST INSECTICIDE 




10995.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP ANIMAL INSECT POWDER 




11003.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 




11005.00 


CYC 




CYTROL POISON IVY KILLER 




11026.00 


CGC 




PRINCEP4G 




11034.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MANEB 80W 




11038.00 


SAN 




SANFAX DYNA-KILL 




11051.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP POTATO SEED TUBER DUST 




11061.00 


DUQ 




TERSAN 1991 TURF FUNG 




11062.00 


DUQ 




DU PONT BENLATE 50WP FUNGICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 




11070.00 


NOW 




PURE COAL TAR CREOSOTE 




11087.00 


INT 




MCPA K-400 LIQUID HERBICIDE 




11092.00 


HOK 


WDD 


WARFARIN PLUS CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE POWDER 




11093.00 


HOK 


WDD 


DIPHACINllO 




11094.00 


HOK 


WDD 


WARFARIN CONCENTRATE 




11096.00 


LAT 




LATER'S SEVIN 50 WP INSEC 




11099.00 


SDS 


SDB 


BRAVO W-75 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 




11113.00 


OLH 




OCHEMCO 2,4-D AMINE AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 




11130.00 


OLH 




OCHEMCO MALATHION 50 E.C. 




11156.00 


FAR 


GIS 


STABLE & HORSE FLY SPRAY 




11163.00 


RAL 




PURINA WOUND PROTECTOR WITH INSEC FOR LIVESTOCK 




11214.00 


CHP 




C-I-L TREE & SHRUB INSECT KILLER 




11234.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


BET ANAL EC POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 




11252.00 


ABT 


ABC 


DIPEL WP BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 




11254.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DALAPON 




11268.00 


KIN 




KING MUSHROOM DUST 




11273.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN MECOPROP + 2,4-D WEEDKILLER LIQUID 





174 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11276.00 


UCA 


UCB 


AMILON PREEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 


11284.00 


ICI 


CHP 


EPTAM 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


11289.00 


ICI 


CHP 


EPTAM 10-G GRANULES SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


11302.00 


SDZ 




THURICIDE AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 


11313.00 


CHH 




BAYGON ose INSECTICIDE 


11315.00 


DOW 




LORSBAN 25WP INSECTICIDE 


11321.00 


CHP 




HERBITOX MCPA AGRICULTURAL WEEDKILLER 


11323.00 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL ENDAVEN LIQUID WILD OAT HERBICIDE 


11341.00 


MBY 




ASULOX F WEEDKILLER 


11342.00 


CHM 


SAF 


ROZOL MINERAL OIL CONCENTRATE 


11343.00 


CHM 


SAF 


ROZOL 0. 1 % DRY CONCENTRATE 


11365.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO FOG 


11369.00 


ALT 




ALSI ANTl-MITES/MOTH PROOFER 


11372.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN LIQUID 


11372.02 


APA 


ZOD 


APAVAP FARM SPRAY 


11396.00 


ROH 




KERB 50-W 


11397.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR GRUBEX CATTLE INSECTICIDE 


11399.00 


MGK 


WIC 


PYROCIDE MOSQUITO ADULTICIDING CONCENTRATE FOR ULV FOGGING F-7088 


11400.00 


PEK 


PEL 


APL-LUSTR WITH FUNGICIDE 


11418.00 


BBE 




BEXCOL RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


11423.00 


UNR 




VITAFLO-280 


11425.00 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCT S QUINTOZENE 75 WP FUNGICIDE 


11428.00 


CPK 




DAVIS & LAWRENCE FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 


1 1436.00 


LAT 




LATER'S DIAZINON 5% GRANULAR LAWN & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


11437.00 


LAT 




LATER'S DIAZINON INSECT SPRAY 


11441.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


11448.00 


VAR 




VW & R GUARDSMAN LAWNSAVE 


11452.00 


PLG 




PLANTCO BENOMYL SYSTEMIC FUNG 


11460.00 


SCR 


PLG 


TRUBAN FUNGICIDE 30% W.P. 


1 1466.00 


SCT 


DWC 


SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR FUNGICIDE II 


11478.00 


BAT 




FERBAM 76 WP FUNG 


11495.00 


LAT 




LATER'S WEED-B-GON LAWN WEEDKILLER 


11498.00 


BCC 




DELE It TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 


11500.00 


UNR 




ROYALTAC CONTACT TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 


11514.00 


MAR 




MANCHESTER BUG KILLER DUST 


11515.00 


MAR 




2 IN 1 BUG KILLER DUST 


11527.00 


EMA 




EMTROL TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL 


1 1540.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX 3610 ULV INSECTICIDE 


1 1542.00 


LAT 




LATER'S BENOMYL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 


1 1543.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN HOPPER-SPRAY EC INSECTICIDE 


11548.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S BENOMYL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 


11570.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


BETANEX EC POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


11574.00 


INT 




2,4-D AMINE 600 


11576.00 


STD 




STAN-CHEM SODIUM TCA 95% 


11581.00 


EMA 




EMTROL TEN TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL (AGRICULTURAL) 


11590.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR EC INSECTICIDE 


11591.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN MALATHION 500 


11592.00 


HOK 


WDD 


DIPHACIN 120 


11617.00 


STD 




METHOXYCHLOR 2.4 EC INSECTICIDE 


11629.00 


DOW 




DOWPON M GRASS KILLER 


11637.00 


ELA 




A-REST EC 


11648.00 


NOX 




FLEA NEK-TYE FOR CATS 


11652.00 


INM 


KAN 


TRICHLORFON POUR-ON CATTLE INSECTICIDE 


11669.00 


HOK 


WDD 


RAMIK GREEN RODENTICIDE 


11684.00 


GAX 




GARDEX PYRETHRIN EC 1-10 


11726.00 


VIG 




VIGORO ANT AND GRUB KILLER 


11729.00 


SAN 




SANFAX LIQUID 580 


11787.00 


CHP 




C-I-L PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 


11789.00 


CNK 


LMB 


WEX SPRAY ADJUVANT EMULSION 


11798.00 


BAZ 




BASF MELTATOX POWDERY MILDEW FUNGICIDE 



ITS 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11809.00 


CHP 




AGRAL 90-A NON-IONIC LIQUID WETTING & SPREADING AGENT 


11819.00 


GAX 




GARDEX VAPONA INDUSTRIAL FOGGING SOLUTION 


11836.00 


ROK 




TIMBER-LIFE WOOD PRESERVER GREEN 


11852.00 


WEA 


CGC 


WEEDEX DANDELION BAR 


11855.00 


GAX 




GARDEX INDUSTRIAL MICRO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


11880.00 


PLC 




NO-DAMP FUNGICIDE FOR DAMPING OFF 


11905.00 


UNR 




ALAR-85 SOLUBLE POWDER PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


11911.00 


CHP 




C-l-L DIAZINON 5G GRANULES (AGRICULTURAL) 


11913.00 


CHP 




C-I-L DIAZINON 12.5 CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


11925.00 


NAC 




I-SO-SECr LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


11945.00 


SAF 




ROZOL RODENT BAIT 


11971.00 


INT 




CO-OP SURFACTANT OIL CONCENTRATE 


11972.00 


INT 




CO-OP EMULSIFIABLE SPRAY OIL 


12035.00 


DIS 




DISVAP-Il LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


12071.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CONTAK C-10 SUCKER SPRAY 


12093.00 


CGC 




KORNOIL CONCENTRATE 


12094.00 


CGC 




KORNOIL AGRICULTURAL ADJUVANT 


12099.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID CRABGRASS KILLER 


12100.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S GRANULAR DIAZINON MAGGOTOX 


12120.00 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY PREMIUM LIVESTOCK SPRAY LIQUID 


12132.00 


PLG 




AFRICAN VIOLET SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE MITICIDE 


12134.00 


GAP 




FORMALINE GARDO SOLUTION 


12138.00 


KVL 




PARAFORM F POWDERED FUMIGANT 


12146.00 


LAT 




LATER'S BULB DUST 


12162.00 


CHP 




AGROX FLOWABLE SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 


12221.00 


BAZ 




BASAGRAN LIQUID HERBICIDE 


12222.00 


SCR 


PLG 


TRUBAN FUNGICIDE 25% E.C. 


12236.00 


UCA 


UCB 


SEVIMOL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


12247.00 


SAF 




SANEX WARFARIN 0.5% CONCENTRATE POWDER 


12263.00 


KEK 




NORKEM 400 T 


12269.00 


MER 




THE GIANT DESTROYER 


12279.00 


CGC 




EASOUT AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


12301.00 


CHP 




CHIPTAC TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 


12303.00 


VAR 




VW & R GUARDSMAN PENTA PRESERVATIVE 


12310.00 


SAF 




SANEX PRO-3 ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


12311.00 


SAF 




SANEX PRO-5 ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


12374.00 


OSD 




PENTOX PENTA GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


12438.00 


CHP 




C-I-L DANDELION KILLER 2,4-D AMINE 


12484.00 


BAX 




TIGUVON POUR-ON ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 


12512.00 


HOS 




SUPER SOLIGNUM PENTA-BASED PRESERVATIVE STAIN 


12533.00 


DUP 


PFF 


CASORON G-4 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


12538.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 5% DIAZINON GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


12560.00 


LAT 




LATER'S ROSE & FLOWER CARE 


12579.00 


SAZ 




THURICIDE R-HPC FOR HOME GARDENS 


12590.00 


CGC 




MALATHION 500 EC 


12611.00 


INT 




CO-OP GARDEN WEED PREVENTER 


12650.00 


CHP 




C-I-L VEGETATION KILLER STERIL LIQUID 


12651.00 


WIL 




WEEDRITE GRASS & WEED KILLER GR 


12663.00 


CHP 




C-I-L ORGANIC INSECT KILLER LIQUID 


12675.00 


SAN 




SANFAX MICROTOX LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


12733.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOXY GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


12766.00 


BAZ 




BASF CITOWETT PLUS 


12831.00 


CHP 




RAPID APHID KILLER 


12849.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP PFIZOL-10 TOBACCO SUCKER COI^fTROL AGENT (AGRICULTURAL) 


12853.00 


CYC 




AVENGE 200-C WILD OAT HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


12857.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S REPELL DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


12860.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S POISON IVY & BRUSH KILLER 


12868.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO-5 FOGGING SOLUTION 


12886.00 


LAT 




LATER'S ONION MAGGOT CONTROL 


12927.00 


GRB 


GRZ 


ALGIMYCIN GLB-X ALGICIDE 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


12968.00 


CHP 




CIL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE FOR ROSES & FLOWERS FLORITECT 


13006.00 


BAZ 




BASF PYRAMIN 65W 


13008.00 


STD 




STANGARD PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


13010.00 


STD 




STANGARD PENTA WR WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


13139.00 


STF 


CHP 


POLE-FUME 


13153.00 


INT 




CO-OP VA-PORFOG LIQUID FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


13162.00 


PVU 




FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION 37% 


13212.00 


CHH 




BAYGON MOS INSECTICIDE 


13241.00 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM TURF HERBICIDE 


13258.00 


PLG 




SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS MICE & DEER 


13298.00 


DUQ 




LIGNASAN BLP FUNGICIDE 


13356.00 


ALS 




NO-WEED AMINE 96 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


13359.00 


HOK 


WDD 


RAMIK GREEN KILLS RATS & MICE 


13378.00 


MGK 


WIC 


PYROCIDE FOGGING FORMULA 7067 FOR ULV MOSQUITO ADULTICIDING 


13429.00 


UNR 




VITAFLO-250 


13431.00 


UNR 




ARREST-75W SYSTEMIC TURF FUNGICIDE 


13459.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO-10 LV CONCENTRATE 


13517.00 


CHP 




C-I-L CUTWORM & MAGGOT KILLER LARVEX GRANULAR 


13525.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 12.5 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


13526.00 


SAF 




SANEX CYGON 2E 


13548.00 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION 50E 


13557.00 


WIL 




WILSONS RABBIT REPELL 


13558.00 


INT 




CO-OP METHOXYCHLOR 25 EC INSEC 


13570.00 


LAT 




EATER'S CREEPING BUTTERCUP WEED KILLER 


13582.00 


ALC 




NALCO-TROL 


13618.00 


STD 




STANGARD PENTA GREASE 10% GROUNDLINE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


13634.00 


OSD 




OSMOSE PENTOX CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


13636.00 


OSD 




PENTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE BROWN/BRUN 


13644.00 


MOX 


MOL 


ROUNDUP LIQUID HERBICIDE 


13655.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S MANEB FUNGICIDE 


13657.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S CRABGRASS & GARDEN WEED PREVENTER 


13691.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID DIAZINON INSECT SPRAY 


13695.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN ABATE 2-G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


13723.00 


CHP 




C-I-L INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE FOR VEGETABLES 


13727.00 


PFF 




PFIZER METHOXYCHLOR 240 


13761.00 


CGC 




TARGET AGRICULTURAL LIQUID SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


13852.00 


CGC 




AEROMIN 2,4-D 


13861.00 


DOW 




NORBAK 60B PARTICULATING AGENT 


13865.00 


STF 


CHP 


PROLATE 1.2-EC BEEF CATTLE INSECTICIDE 


13866.00 


SAF 




SANEX TACKY-TOES BIRD REPELLENT 


13883.00 


DIS 




MALATHION 50 


13886.00 


DUQ 




DU PONT SURFACTANT WK 


13889.00 


SCT 


ITT 


SCO 11 S PROTURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE ONE 


13910.00 


ATC 




TWEEN 20 NON-IONIC AGRICULTURAL SURFACTANT 


13912.00 


SAZ 




THURICIDE 16B BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 


13917.00 


CGC 




THIOGREEN 80 WP 


13929.00 


CHP 




SEVIN LIQUID SUSPENSION INSECTICIDE 


13935.00 


DOW 




LORSBAN 25% WETTABLE POWDER SLURRY SEED TREATMENT INSECTICIDE 


13965.00 


STF 


CHP 


SUTAN -1- ENCAPSULATED 


13975.00 


MEC 




MERTECT FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE SUSPENSION 


13984.00 


VIT 


VIR 


VIRACHEM ULTRA-V INSECTICIDE 


14007.00 


CHC 




CHEMPARA VAM ANIMAL REPELLENT 


14008.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S STOP WEEDS WETTABLE POWDER 


14009.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S BORER KILL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


14010.00 


INT 




CO-OP TOMATO DUST 


14019.00 


CHP 




C-I-L RODENT REPELLENT 


14027.00 


LAT 




LATERS ISOTOX SYSTEMIC INSECT KILLER 


14050.00 


DUR 




CREOSOTE 


14064.00 


DUQ 




KRENITE BRUSH CONTROL AGENT 


14069.00 


UNR 




VITAVAX SINGLE SOLUTION 



1T7 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14107.00 


INT 




CO-OP DIAZINON EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


14113.00 


STF 


CHP 


PREFAR 4.8-E HERBICIDE 


14118.00 


GHC 




WOODSOL CREOSOTE 


14120.00 


GHC 




WOODSOL PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR 


14133.00 


CAO 




BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE BLACK CREOSOTE 


14134.00 


CAO 




BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE BLACK CREOSOTE 


14160.00 


CHP 




CIL DEECOP INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE FOR VEGETABLES 


14187.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP MCPA 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14193.00 


CHC 




MAG-X-CIDE 


14214.00 


RAL 




PURINA MALATHION SPRAY INSECTICIDE EMULSION 


14241.00 


CUP 




COAL TAR CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14250.00 


ELA 




SPIKE 5%P PELLET HERBICIDE 


14277.00 


WIL 




WILSON EMULSIFIABLE LAWN & SOIL INSECT KILLER 


14281.00 


AVM 




FINAL LIQUID WEED KILLER 


14313.00 


CGC 




AEROMIN MCPA 


14335.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


14341.00 


CHP 




C-I-L LEAFMINER KILLER 


14353.00 


SAF 




SANEX BO RATON (ROACH POWDER) 


14356.00 


ROH 




DITHANE Z-78 


14377.00 


CGC 




TOMATO AND POTATO DUST 


14412.00 


CHP 




DUTOX SYSTEMIC INSECT KILLER 


14414.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 


14447.00 


CHP 




ARBORGARD RODENT REPELLENT 


14490.00 


CHP 




C-I-L SOIL & BULB DUST 


14501.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MONOLINURON 200 


14519.00 


CHP 




C-I-L INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE FOR FRUIT TREES 


14536.00 


CHP 




C-I-L LAWN FUNGICIDE 


14555.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DICHLONE 50W WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


14556.00 


CHP 




C-I-L GARDEN WEED PREVENTER NO-HOE 


14561.00 


SCT 


ITT 


SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR WEEDGRASS PREVENTER WITH BENSULIDE 


14562.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ZINEB 80W FUNGICIDE 


14564.00 


CBE 




MASTERCRAFT DANDELION KILLER 


14566.00 


PFF 




PFIZER SEVIN 50W 


14568.00 


BIE 




BIKOE DIAZINON GRANULES INSECTICIDE 


14583.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR INSECTICIDE BACK RUBBER CONCENTRATE 


14593.00 


SCT 


ITT 


PROTURF NEW K-O-G WEED CONTROL 


14610.00 


PFF 




PFIZER FERBAM 76W AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


14621.00 


SMP 


SMM 


GRANULAR OXY BOR-CHLORATE + DIURON 


14632.00 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE 25-5 M.A.G. INSECTICIDE LIQUID CONCENTRATE 


14656.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MALATHION 25W AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


14660.00 


ZOE 


ZOD 


ENSTAR 65% EC INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 


14706.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP SEVIN 50% W.P. INSECTICIDE AGRICULTURE 


14709.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA SUPER SPRED SURFACTANT 


14718.00 


MBY 




MAY & BAKER MCPA SODIUM 300 


14722.00 


UNR 




AMKIL 500 2,4-D AMINE 


14723.00 


UNR 




AMKIL500 2,4-D 


14725.00 


MBY 




AMSOL 2,4-D AMINE 500 (AGRICULTURAL) 


14726.00 


MBY 




AMSOL 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14729.00 


MBY 




MALATHION 500E INSECTICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


14730.00 


MBY 




MAY & BAKER MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


14733.00 


MBY 




MECOTURF PLUS 2,4-D DOUBLE STRENGTH HERBICIDE 


14740.00 


MBY 




FERBAM 76-W 


14756.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA STIK GROWTH REGULATOR 


14757.00 


NCR 




METHOXYCHLOR 50-W 


14761.00 


MBY 




RODENT REPELLENT (AGRICULTURAL) 


14763.00 


MBY 




MECOTURF 


14768.00 


MBY 




MANEB 80-W AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


14769.00 


NCR 




MALATHION 25-W AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


14772.00 


MBY 




METHOXOL240-EC 


14773.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ZIRAM 85W FUNGICIDE 



178 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14798.00 


NCR 




SEVIN 50-W 


14808.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA DICHLONE 50WP FUNGICIDE 


14825.00 


BAZ 




POLYRAM 80W FUNGICIDE 


14828.00 


BAZ 




POLYRAM 7 DUST (METIRAM) 


14829.00 


LAT 




LATER'S LAGON 2 E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


14841.00 


DUQ 




BENLATE T BENOMYL-THIRAM FUNGICIDE SEED DRESSING 


14846.00 


NCR 




LIME SULPHUR LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


14851.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS GARDAL ROSE & EVERGREEN DUST 


14852.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S BULB & SOIL DUST 


14859.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS LIQUID SEVIN INSECTICIDE 


14861.00 


INT 




CO-OP SEVIN .50% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14869.00 


SAL 




PAR-O-SAN F POWDERED FUMIGANT 


14880.00 


HOH 




HOME BRAND CREOSOTE WOOD PRESEVATIVE 


14881.00 


HOH 




HOME BRAND PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14882.00 


CHP 




AMBUSH 500 EC INSECTICIDE 


14902.00 


CHC 




CHEMPARA BIOCIDE 


14907.00 


UNR 




PHYGON-XL 


14915.00 


MBY 




CORN OIL CONCENTRATE (AGRICULTURAL) 


14939.00 


NCR 




FERBAM 7-D AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


14940.00 


NCR 




SECURITY FRUIT TREE SPRAY 


14963.00 


DUQ 




DU PONT LEXONE L WEED KILLER 


14964.00 


CHP 




AMBUSH 25WP WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14976.00 


CHP 




AMBUSH 50EC 


14982.00 


BAZ 




POLYRAM-DIAZINON FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE DUST 


14986.00 


CGC 




DCT DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


14995.00 


NCR 




ZINEB 80-W 


15001.00 


ELA 




SPIKE 5%G GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


15014.00 


ZOC 


ZOO 


VET-KEM WARBLEX BRAND OF TRICHLORFON 


15033.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM E.C.I. EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


15092.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOXY INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


15114.00 


LAT 




LATER'S KLEENUP DANDELION WEED KILLER SOLUTION 


15123.00 


ARR 


GCC 


SANAFOAM VAPOROOTER 


15130.00 


CAT 




D-SECT LIQUID SPRAY & FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


15136.00 


ZOE 


ZOD 


ZOECQN INSECT & MITE HOUSEPLANT MIST 


15143.00 


TIR 


TIS 


POLE TOPPER FLUID WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


15144.00 


TIR 


TIS 


OSMOBAND WOOD PRESERVATIVE BANDAGE 


15149.00 


CHC 




KROZINE SOIL STERILANT 


15151.00 


SMP 


SMM 


BOROCIL IV GRASS & WEEDKILLER 


15176.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BAIT 


15176.01 


AFL 




DELLA FLY BAIT 


15176.02 


APA 


ZOD 


APAVAP FLY BAIT 


15188.00 


LOR 




LORRAIN FLY PATROL BAIT 


15213.00 


MBY 




ROVRAL FUNGICIDE 


15240.00 


DOW 




MCPA DEA 500 


15256.00 


CHM 


SAF 


MAKI 0.1% DRY CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE (BROMADIOLONE) 


15257.00 


CHM 


SAF 


MAKI LIQUID CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE (BROMADIOLONE) 


15258.00 


INT 




CO-OP WARBLE KILLER RTU POUR-ON LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


15266.00 


NCR 




BLUESTONE SUPERFINE SOLUBLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


15297.00 


CGC 




NUVANOL 20% E.C. 


15304.00 


CHP 




C-I-L QUACK GRASS KILLER 


15319.00 


MKA 




DANEX (TRICHLORFON) 80 SP 


15325.00 


LAT 




LATER'S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 


15344.00 


CGC 




BASUDIN FM INSECTICIDE 


15359.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR LOUSEKILL EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 


15404.00 


LAT 




LATER'S PREMIUM WEED & PAVE SOLUTION 


1.5414.00 


AGB 


GRO 


GALLEX CROWN GALL CONTROL 


15415.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S ROTENONE SPRAY (WETTABLE POWDER) 


15416.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 


15423.00 


STF 


CHP 


PROLATE 8-OS POUR ON 


15472.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX 3610/D ULV INSECTICIDE 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


15475.00 


SAF 




SANEX 10-1 PLUS FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY 


15494.00 


GAX 




GARDEX INDUSTRIAL D-TRANS MICRO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


15538.00 


UNR 




VITA VAX POWDER 


15544.00 


PFF 




PFIZER LINURON 400L 


15565.00 


SAF 




SANEX PROX-120 ULV CONCENTRATE 


15590.00 


CGC 




POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT DUST 


15606.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA PHENOXYLENE PLUS 


15608.00 


CHP 




EQUAL 65WP FUNGICIDE AGRICULTURAL "^ 


15654.00 


MKA 




FOLPAN 50WP (FOLPET) FUNGICIDE 


15668.00 


LAT 




EATER'S SUPER WEED-B-GON 


15669.00 


CGC 




ROSE & FLOWER GUARD 


15671.00 


CAX 




AFESIN 2 EC HERBICIDE 


15679.00 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE 0.1% DRY CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 


15680.00 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE LIQUID CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 


15688.00 


WEC 




WEALL & CULLEN GARDEN SPRAY 


15701.00 


CGH 




ECTIBAN 25 FLY KILLER 


15723.00 


SDS 


SDB 


BRAVO 500 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


15724.00 


SDS 




DACONIL 2787 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 


15737.00 


INT 




CO-OP SEVIN 80% WP INSECTICIDE 


15742.00 


INT 




CO-OP BACKYARD CLEAN-UP 


15756.00 


CGC 




THIRAM FLOWABLE TURF FUNGICIDE 


15771.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN LIMAX SLUG KILLER BAIT 


15775.00 


LAT 




LATER'S SEVIN 40 LIQ INSECTICIDE 


15798.00 


LAT 




EATER'S PHALTAN ROSE & GARDEN FUNGICIDE 


15857.00 


BAZ 




PYRAMIN FL 


15882.00 


ROH 




TRITON XR ADJUVANT (AGRICULTURAL) 


15887.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN SPRAY 


15903.00 


MEL 




DOOM ROACH DESTROYER 


15954.00 


CGC 




WEED GUARD HERBICIDE 


15970.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN TURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


15994.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX MALFOG 45 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


16016.00 


LAT 




LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 25% E.C. ALL-PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 


16023.00 


LAT 




LATER'S CHICKWEED CLOVER & THISTLE KILLER 


16027.00 


AMV 


GRO 


FRUIT FIX CONCENTRATE 


16036.00 


SHM 


CGC 


SANBAR LIVESTOCK & RESIDUAL WALL SPRAY 


16041.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR DAIRY SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 


16041.01 


AFL 




DELLA DAIRY SPRAY 


16042.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR STOCK SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 


16042.02 


APA 


ZOD 


APAVAP STOCK SPRAY 


16043.00 


HOK 


MAE 


HOPKINS SODIUM TCA WEED KILLER 


16061.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BORER SPRAY 


16069.00 


CHH 




BAYGON 200 READY TO USE ULTRA LOW VOLUME INSECTICIDE 


16080.00 


NOQ 


JAK 


FICAM D 


16081.00 


CGC 




SOIL & BULB DUST 


16084.00 


INT 




CO-OP SENTINEL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


16099.00 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION 50 EC 


16102.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID 


16106.00 


LAT 




LATER'S POTATO & TOMATO DUST 


16120.00 


LEW 




OAK LAKE CATTLE BACKRUBBER LIQUID CONCENTRATE 


16154.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM PARAMITE EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 


16155.00 


UCA 


UCB 


ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


16160.00 


LAT 




LATER'S BUGBAN-C LAWN INSECT SPRAY 


16162.00 


PEF 


SHL 


SHELL VENDEX 50W MITICIDE 


16168.00 


CHH 




MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCICIDE 


16169.00 


CGC 




TRUMP SLUG KILLER 


16189.00 


UNR 




THIRAM 320 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 


16200.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 


16207.00 


GRX 




MALATHION 25-W INSECTICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


16208.00 


GRX 




METHOXYCHLOR 240 


16210.00 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 91 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16212.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP PFIZOL 8-10 


16221.00 


BAX 




SENDRAN LIQUID TICK & FLEA DIP FOR DOGS & CATS 


16238.00 


PFF 




PFIZER 50 DRUM TCA SOLUTION 


16244.00 


UNR 




ALANAP-3 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16254.00 


HOK 


PFF 


UNITE 


16273.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER FOR ROSES (& CONTROLS BLACK SPOT) 


16279.00 


DUO 




LOROX L HERBICIDE WEEDKILLER 


16286.00 


CGH 




ECTIBAN FIVE FLYKILLER 


16302.00 


CHH 




MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCICIDE 


16309.00 


PLG 




VENDEX 50W MITICIDE 


16363.00 


CAX 




AFOLAN F LINURON FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


16377.00 


CUQ 




CUPRINOL STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEMI-TRANSPARENT 


16387.00 


CHH 




DYLOX 420 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


16402.00 


LAT 




LATER'S SLOW-GROW PLANT GROWTH RETARDANT 


16403.00 


CGC 




PATORAN 670FW 


16420.00 


GUS 


UNR 


GUSTAFSON 42-S THIRAM FUNGICIDE 


16436.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DY-AMINE 


16448.00 


CGC 




BASUDIN FM 


16452.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP FERBAM 7 DUST FUNGICIDE 


16454.00 


PFF 




PFIZER DYCLEER 24 


16458.00 


DOW 




LORSBAN 15G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


16464.00 


USB 


use 


BORAX FOR CONTROL OF FOMES ANNOSUS IN CONIFER STANDS 


16465.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION FUNGICIDE ACARICIDE 


16483.00 


KEM 




PROFOG ULV INSECTICIDE 


16485.00 


FAR 


GIS 


SNAIL JAIL SLUG & SNAIL BAIT 


16498.00 


NAC 




NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH FENOCIL 


16509.00 


LAT 




LATER'S GROWN CARE MITE KILLER SPRAY 


16542.00 


WIL 




WILSONS PILL-KILL 


16548.00 


MBY 




AMITROL-T LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16565.00 


CHH 




POUNCE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


16568.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA FORMALDEHYDE 370 


16598.00 


SAN 




SANFAX WK-82X 


16613.00 


ICI 


CHP 


SURPASS 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


16636.00 


ABT 


ABC 


PROMALIN LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


16645.00 


LAT 




LATER'S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 


16653.00 


UCB 




SEVIN SL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


16656.00 


UCA 


UCB 


SEVIN RP 2 CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


16664.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


16694.00 


MEC 




ARBOTECT 20-S 


16708.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


16732.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIMETHOATE 40 


16740.00 


SAF 




SANEX FOSBAN 2E INSECTICIDE 


16758.00 


JOL 




ZAP SUREKILLER 


16781.00 


CHP 




C-I-L ANT & GRUB KILLER 


16795.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 704 


16796.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 707 


16797.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 709 


16798.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 713 


16799.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 716 


16800.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 717 


16801.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 723 


16802.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 726 


16803.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 91 1 


16804.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WEATHER SCREEN 913 


16810.00 


SHM 


CGC 


TALCORD 


16817.(K) 


LAT 




LATER'S CASORON GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


16835.00 


CLR 


AGT 


SPOTRETE-F FLOWABLE THIRAM TURF FUNGICIDE 


16845.(K) 


NUX 




NUODEXZINC8% 


16846.00 


NUX 




NUODEX COPPER 8% 


16858.00 


ELA 




ELANCO TREFLAN 545 E.C. (AGRICULTURAL) 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16877.00 


CER 




CERTIFEN LIQUID WEED 


16895.00 


SHM 


CGC 


BOVAID EAR TAG 


16905.00 


CHP 




LIMAX SLUG KILLER BAIT 


16937.00 


BAZ 




BASF ASSIST OIL CONCENTRATE 


16950.00 


INT 




CO-OP TOTAL VEGETATION CONTROL 


16971.00 


CGC 




KILLEX 500 


16974.00 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM GOLDEN FLY BAIT 


16994.00 


DOW 




DOW FORMULA 40F FORESTRY HERBICIDE 


16997.00 


WEP 




ASSAULT 


17027.00 


UCB 




SEVIN XLR CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


17042.00 


CHP 




TUBERSEAL POTATO SEED PIECE DUST 


17053.00 


KEK 




NORKEM 600XP 


17054.00 


EMO 




EL 66XP 


17129.00 


CUB 




CUPRINOL PENTA #2 


17130.00 


CUB 




CUPRINOL PENTA #2 (WR) 


17132.00 


INT 




CO-OP TREFLAN E.C. LIQUID HERBICIDE 


17185.00 


GRX 




SEVIN 50-W 


17198.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SLUG BAIT PELLETS 


17223.00 


MKA 


GDR 


TRIFLUREX 40 EC AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


17243.00 


ELA 




HERITAGE SELECTIVE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


17262.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BANISECT CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


17308.00 


INT 




CO-OP LIQUID SEVIN INSECTICIDE 


17321.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BELT 


17372.00 


INT 




CO-OP SOIL & INDOOR INSECTICIDE 


17378.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SOIL S 1 ERILIZER 


17383.00 


PFF 




PFIZER STAMPEDE 360 


17402.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP SUPER SPEADER-STICKER 


17411.00 


INT 




WEEDAWAY 2,4-D AMINE 500 


17415.00 


SDS 


DIS 


DEBANTIC 50WP INSECTICIDE 


17416.00 


SDS 


DIS 


DEBANTIC INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 


17422.00 


SAF 




SANEX BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


17423.00 


INT 




CO-OP POTATO & TOMATO DUST 


17426.00 


GRX 




MALATHION 500 


17451.00 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION 25WP 


17455.00 


SAF 




SANEX GREEN TEK VAPO FOGGING SOLUTION 


17457.00 


CGC 




CAPTAN 10 WETTABLE POWDER 


17462.00 


SAF 




SANEX GREENTEK VAPO T-R AEROSOL 


17482.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S BORDO FUNGICIDE SPRAY WP 


17502.00 


BAZ 




BASF POAST LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


17508.00 


INT 




WEED-AWAY MCPA AMINE 500 


17509.00 


INT 




WEEDAWAY MCPA-K 400 


17510.00 


INT 




WEEDAWAY MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID WEED KILLER 


17511.00 


INT 




WEEDAWAY 2,4-D AMINE 600 


17530.00 


MBE 




MARQUETTE FRUIT AND GARDEN FUNGICIDE 


17532.00 


CHP 




FRUIT PLUS FRUIT TREE SPRAY 


17536.00 


SAF 




SANEX LIQUID SEVIN INSECTICIDE 


17607.00 


SAF 




SANEX ANT & GRUB KILLER 


17609.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BRUSHEX DICAMBA/2,4-D 


17630.00 


DIS 




DISBAR BLUE FLY BAIT 


17648.00 


MBE 




MARQUETTE SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE FOR FRUIT AND ORNAMENTALS 


17649.00 


CHP 




C-I-L FRUIT & GARDEN FUNGICIDE (SYSTEMIC) 


17658.00 


SAF 




SANEX DANDELION & BROADLEAF KILLER 


17660.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA NIA-TROL 


17663.00 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS SLUG KILLER 


17673.00 


CHP 




AMBUSH 1% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


17685.00 


CHP 




C-I-L VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 


17686.00 


MBE 




MARQUETTE SEVIN GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


17689.00 


MIF 




NIX III NON-SELECTIVE VEGETATION KILLER 


17737.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MECO-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


17781.00 


DUP 


CHH 


BACTOSPEINE SUSPENSION BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


17800.00 


SDZ 




PENTAC AQUAFLOW MITICIDE 


17802.00 


FLE 




FLEXO LEMON QUAT 


17816.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN MALATHION ORNAMENTAL INSECT KILLER 


17866.00 


CGC 




VENDEX 50W 


17867.00 


CGC 




BOVAID EAR TAG 


17893.00 


CGC 




SANBAR 


17898.00 


CGC 




ENDAVEN LIQUID WILD OAT HERBICIDE 


17913.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS VAPONA INSECTICIDE PEN 


17967.00 


SAF 




SANEX JUNGLE POWER PRESSURIZED INSECT REPELLENT 


17971.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S LIQUID SEVIN CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


18007.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS VAPONA YARD & PATIO FOGGING SOLUTION 


18023.00 


CGC 




GUARD N PRIDE FRUIT TREE SPRAY 


18031.00 


INT 




SPIKE 5 G HERBICIDE 


18042.00 


CAX 




HOE-GRASS 284 HERBICIDE EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 


18106.00 


SAF 




GARDENER'S WEED PREVENTER GRANULES 


18118.00 


CGC 




KILLEX WEED BAR 


18121.00 


SAF 




SANEX TURF-RITE PREMIUM WEED KILLER 


18143.00 


UNR 




ROYAL MH 60SG 


18145.00 


CGH 




ATROBAN INSECTICIDE EAR TAG 


18149.00 


INT 




CO-OP BARN SPRAY & BACKRUBBER 


18223.00 


ICI 


CHP 


SUTAZINE + SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


18259.00 


GPB 




VEGEKILL LIQUID WEED KILLER 


18267.00 


PFF 




LINURON 50W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


18319.00 


EMO 




EL 44 TERTIARY FORMULA 2,4-D 


18333.00 


PFF 




ENVIROBAC W? BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


18334.00 


PFF 




PFIZER ENVIROBAC ES 


18336.00 


EMO 




BUTO-PIP INSECTICIDE 


18384.00 


SAF 




SANEX CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


18471.00 


SDS 


SDB 


FRIGATE AGRICULTURAL SURFACTANT 


18480.00 


CHP 




C-I-L BLACK FLY & MOSQUITO KILLER 


18483.00 


UCB 




AMIBEN DS CHLORAMBEN HERBICIDE 


18484.00 


CHP 




C-I-L FRUIT & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


18612.00 


CAX 




RIVAL 500 E.C. EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


18632.00 


WIL 




WILSON ROSE & FLOWER DUST 


18635.00 


CGC 




SANBAR R.T.U. READY-TO-USE LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


18685.00 


UCB 




CERONE LODGING CONTROL FOR CEREALS 


18723.00 


DIS 




DISVAP FOGGING SOLUTION 


18776.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN MOUSER BAIT STATION 


18788.00 


UNR 




ANCHOR 


18792.00 


DIS 




DISVAP INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 


18793.00 


AUL 




AUSTIN INSECTICIDE CA ITLE EAR TAG 


18865.00 


INT 




WEED-AWAY PREMIUM THREE WAY TURF HERBICIDE 


18868.00 


CHP 




C-I-L TREE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER AMBUSH 


18879.00 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM(R) TIM-BOR(R) 


18895.00 


WIL 




WILSON (LIQUID CONCENTRATE) SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 


18899.00 


CHP 




C-l-L CHLORISECT SOIL & LAWN INSECT KILLER E.C. 


18911.00 


CHP 




C-I-L ROSE & GARDEN FUNGICIDE 


18933.00 


UNR 




VITA VAX 200 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 


18935.00 


CHP 




C-I-L INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE LIQUID FOR VEGETABLES 


18942.00 


CGC 




EVER-READY VEGETATION KILLER 


18948.00 


INT 




CO-OP TRIMEX PREMIUM TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 


18951.00 


INT 




CO-OP TRIMEX PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER LIQUID 


18963.00 


PLG 




TRILLION LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 


19146.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP COPPER SPRAY W.P. FUNGICIDE 


19149.00 


PEJ 


PEL 


PEACH NECTARINE LUSTR 274 WITH FUNGICIDES 


19171. (X) 


CHP 




CYMBUSH 12.5% WP PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 


19172.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN METHOXYCHLOR 240 EC INSECTICIDE 


19235.00 


CGC 




STOCKAID EAR TAG 


19353.00 


CGH 




ECTIBAN INSECTICIDE TAPE 


19375.00 


KEM 




KS CIO HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


19423.00 


CPB 




ROACH PRUFE 


19424.00 


RCR 




ROACH DIE-IT ' ' 


19426.00 


CGC 




BAR-FOX 


19465.00 


CGC 




EASOUT TURF & ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE 


19466.00 


ABT 


ABC 


VECTOBAC 200G COMMERCIAL 


19479.00 


KEM 




BORADUST INSECTICIDE FOR CONTROL OF COCKROACHES IN HOMES 


19480.00 


KEM 




BORADUST INSECTICIDE (COMMERCIAL) 


19531.00 


MBY 




SEVIN XLR PLUS CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


19606.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


PRECOR 5E FLEA GROWTH REGULATOR 


19667.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN BORADUST-M INSECTICIDE DUST 


19668.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN BORADUST-PLUS INSECTICIDE DUST 


19715.00 


PSF 




KILLMASTER II RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


19731.00 


INT 




CO-OP SEVIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


19849.00 


WIL 




WILSON SEED-TREAT FUNGICIDE DUST 


19914.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS DERITOX GARDEN GUARD EC 


19928.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID ANT & GRUB KILLER 


19956.00 


UNR 




SLO-GRO 60SG PLANT GROWTH REGUALTOR 


20005.00 


SAF 




SANEX MAGGOT KILLER 


20006.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 5G 


20007.00 


SAF 




SANEX EARWIG ANT & GRUB KILLER 


20072.00 


SAF 




SANEX SLUG KILLER PELLETS 


20087.00 


BAZ 




POLYRAM DF WATER DISPERSABLE GRANULAR 


20110.00 


MBY 




ROVRAL GREEN FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 


20118.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR EQUINE PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BAIT (AGRICULTURAL) 


20193.00 


DUQ 




LOROX DF HERBICIDE (DRY FLOWABLE) 


20216.00 


CYC 




GUARDIAN INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 


20233.00 


DUP 


PFF 


PFIZER CASORON G-2 


20468.00 


KEM 




DARKLING BEETLE DUST INSECTICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


20475.00 


MEM 




MELNOR SPRAY GUARD 50% MALATHION 


20476.00 


MEM 




MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID INSECT SPRAY DIAZINON 12.5% 


20550.00 


IMT 


CGC 


GREEN CROSS SLUG TAPE 


20552.00 


ROH 




DITHANE F-45 


20553.00 


ROH 




DITHANE DG AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


20600.00 


BAZ 




SUMITHION 50EC 


20688.00 


CAX 




AFOLAN F HERBICIDE 


20692.00 


GRO 




ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR 


20746.00 


SDL 




BUGCON EARWIG ELIMINATOR 


20747.00 


SDL 




BUGCON ANT & SPIDER KILLER 


20748.00 


SDL 




BUGCON ROACH DESTROYER 


20765.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS LIQUID ANT & GRUB KILLER 


20766.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CINCH BUG & LAWN INSECT KILLER 


20785.00 


MBS 


GDR 


CORRYS LIQUID SLUG & SNAIL CONTROL MET ALDEHYDE 4% 


20853.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS LIQUID LEATHERJACKET KILLER 


20862.00 


MOX 




WRANGLER HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


20863.00 


MOX 




LAREDO HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 


20965.00 


CHP 




C-I-L SPIDERBAN KILLS SPIDERS 


21028.00 


MEM 




MELNOR SPRAY GUARD FRUIT TREE & GARDEN SPRAY 

TOTAL: 909 



184 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTTAINED IN FERTILIZER 


Registration 






No. Under 


Registrant Under 


Pesticide 


Fertilizer 


Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


4cl (Canada) 






790208C 


Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., 


Golden Vigoro and 




1400 The Queensway, 


Crabgrass Prenventer 




Toronto, Ontario 






M8Z IS4 




800278C 


O.M. Scott & Sons, 


Scotts Proturf FF II 




Marysville, Ohio 


14:3:3 with 15% 




43040 


Quintozene 


800777C 


O.M. Scott & Sons, 


Scotts Lawn Disease 




Marysville, Ohio 


Preventer With 




43040 


Fertilizer 18:6:6 


800799C 


O.M. Scott & Sons, 


Scotts Lawn Insect 




Marysville, Ohio 


Control Plus Fertilizer 




43040 


28:6:4 


810904C 


Nitrochem Ltd., Suite 


Nutrite 2:1:5 Turf 




800, Montreal, 


Fertilizer With 




Quebec H3A 1V4 


Fungicide 


841703 


Plant Products Co. Ltd., 


Plant-Prod 0-0-6 With 




314 Orenda Road, 


15% Quintozine 




Bramalea, Ontario 






L6T1G1 




850083C 


CAPO Industries Ltd., 


Greenpower Insecticide 




1200 Corporate Dr., 


and Fertilizer 




Burlington, Ontario 






L7L5R6 





PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER- 
Conlinued 



Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


860098C 


Wilson Laboratories 
Inc., 36 Head Street, 
Dundas, Ontario 
L9H 3H3 


Wilson Liquid Feed & 
Bug Away 15-2-3 
Lawn Food 


860186C 


CIBA-GEIGY Canada 
Ltd., 6860 Century 
Avenue, Mississauga, 
Ontario L5N 2W5 


Basudin Insectilizer 5G 


870055C 


Spray & Green Fert. 
Inc., P.O. Box 360, St. 
Cesaire, Quebec 
JOL ITO 


Spray & Green Fertilizer 
& Insecticide 


870151C 


RCR Int'l, 2295 
Métropole Street, 
Longueuil, Quebec 
J4G 1E5 


Strata 
Fertilizer/Insecticide 
15-3-3 


871019C 


Plant Products Co. Ltd., 
314 Orenda Rd., 
Brampton, Ontario 
L6T IGl 


Plant Prod 32-4-9 
Turfgard 

TOTAL: 12 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 5. 



SCHEDULE: 4 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


283.00 


DTC 




DEE-TEE PARA DICHLOROBENZENE MOTH KILLER 


869.00 


WOB 




MOTHKILLER CRYSTALS 


1365.00 


CHV 




ORTHO VOLCK OIL SPRAY 


1451.00 


FUB 




FULLER MOTH NUGGETS 


1620.00 


NOX 




NOXALL ANT DOOM POWDER 


1686.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS GARDEN GUARD INSECI ICIDE DUST 


2039.00 


SAF 




SANEX FLEA-X 


2525.00 


REC 




RECOCHEM MOTH BALLS 


2528.00 


REC 




PARA-ZENE MOTH CRYSTALS 


2994.00 


CAA 




CADILLAC MOTH CRYSTALS/CRISTAUX CADILLAC A MITES 


3271.00 


STQ 


CCN 


STANLEY PERFUMED CRYSTALS KILLS CLOTHES MOTHS 


3272.00 


STQ 


CCN 


STANLEY MOTH CAKE KILLS CLOTHES MOTHS 


3276.00 


RAW 




RAWLEIGH MOTH CRYSTALS 


3758.00 


NOX 




NOXALL PROLIN RAT BAIT MEAL 


3872.00 


HAU 




HARTZ MY-T-MITE POWDER 


4305.00 


SAF 




SANEX RODENTKIL 


5565.00 


OSD 




PENTOX PRIMER SEALER WOOD PRESERVER GREEN 


6234.00 


JOH 




RAID LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 


6590.00 


MAZ 




CRISTAUX ANTIMITES DESODORISANTS 


6592.00 


MAZ 




BOULES A MITES MARCO 


6758.00 


RAW 




RAWLEIGH'S PERFUMED DEOD & MOTH BLOCKS 


6944.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S WARFARIN PE RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


7137.00 


REC 




NERO INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 


7545.00 


RAW 




RAWLEIGH ROACH & ANT KILLER 


7668.00 


ROR 




ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE FABRIC PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


7670.00 


ROR 




ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE & FABRIC PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


7704.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 


7745.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA POWDER FOR CATS 


7762.00 


REC 




RECORD RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


7857.00 


ABE 




WACO DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 



185 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


7873.00 


PGH 




MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 


8078.00 


CHH 




BAYTEX ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 


8198.00 


CAO 




BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


8376.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR CATS 


8478.00 


HAU 




ITCH-STOP DOG LOTION 


8718.00 


POP 




POULIN'S PROLIN RAT & MOUSE POISON 


8719.00 


DTC 




CERTIFIED CITRONELLA OIL INSECT REPELLENT 


8748.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR CATS 


8784.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 DOG FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR DOGS 


8834.00 


HAU 




HARTZ DOG FLEA POWDER 


9021.00 


HAC 




HAGEN BIRD BATH FOR CAGED BIRDS 


9154.00 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY D-15 INSECT REPELLENT INSECTIFUGE 


9162.00 


GAP 




MIROL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 


9167.00 


CGC 




ANT KILLER LIQUID 


9189.00 


NOX 




CAT & DOG FLEA POWDER 


9203.00 


JOH 




OFF! PRESSURIZED INSECT REPELLENT 


9221.00 


WIL 




WILSON DORMANT OIL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


9228.00 


WOB 




INSECT-O-STRIP 


9572.00 


CHH 




BAYGON RESIDUAL HOUSEHOLD INSECT SPRAY 


9573.00 


CHH 




BAYGON HOUSEHOLD INSECT RESIDUAL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


9601.00 


INT 




CO-OP INSECT REPELLENT 


9626.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA SOAP FOR DOGS 


9676.00 


CHH 




BAYTEX 1% GRANULAR RESIDUAL MOSQUITO LARVICIDE 


9749.00 


JOH 




RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


9749.01 


CBE 




MASTERCRAFT HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


9754.00 


JOH 




RAID YARD FOGGER 


9756.00 


LIO 


COF 


LION BRAND MOSQUITO COILS 


9780.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


9930.00 


PEV 




FLY SCREEN 


10153.00 


HAU 




HARTZ INDOOR NO 


10154.00 


HAU 




HARTZ OUTDOOR NO 


10165.00 


SAF 




SANEXl%DIAZINON 


10209.00 


HAC 




UNIVERSAL SHOWER BATH FOR HAMSTERS & GERBILS 


10311.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT & ROACH KILLER 


10371.00 


NOX 




SCAT'S OFF CAT & DOG REPELLENT 


10377.00 


PLB 


OGI 


SCENT-OFF TWIST-ONS 


10403.00 


HAC 




HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR CATS 


10415.00 


INT 




CO-OP FLY & MOSQUITO KILLER INDOOR OUTDOOR 


10438.00 


INT 




CO-OP FLY KILL SPACE SPRAY 


10448.00 


WIL 




WILSONS REPELL DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


10489.00 


CAI 




D & L FLEA AND TICK POWDER 


10490.00 


CAI 




D & L FLEA AND TICK SPRAY 


10521.00 


CGC 




WARFARIN RAT BAIT 


10565.00 


CHP 




C-I-L ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


10568.00 


CHP 




C-I-L GARDEN DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


10591.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG RESIDUAL BUG KILLER 


10611.00 


PLB 


OGI 


SCENT-OFF PELLETS DOG & CAT TRAINING AID 


10652.00 


CGC 




DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


10713.00 


CHP 


CCN 


C-I-L HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


10781.00 


REC 




RECOCHEM COPPER II GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


10790.00 


FUB 




FULLER REPEL-GEL 


10862.00 


BAX 




PARAS BOMB 


10865.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY LIQUID HOUSEHOLD SPRAY 


10871.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S CAT FLEA POWDER 


10872.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S FLEA SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 


10888.00 


CHH 




BAYTEX 0.5% READY-TO-USE INSECTICIDE 


10921.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS DOG & CAT OUTDOOR REPELLENT 


10946.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S ROSE & FLOWER SPRAY 


10967.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK POWDER 


11004.00 


JOH 




OFF! INSECT REPELLENT 



136 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11171.00 


NOX 




NOXALL PRESSURIZED CAT & DOG FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


11172.00 


NOX 




NOXALL DOG FLEA SHAMPOO 


11193.00 


JOH 




RAID MOSQUITO COILS 


11204.00 


JOH 




RAID WASP & HORNET KILLER 


11219.00 


REC 




"Z" INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 


11368.00 


SUE 




ANTI-MITES AU CEDRE 


11383.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S ANT & ROACH SPRAY 


11384.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S WASP & HORNET SPRAY 


11419.00 


PHY 


HUE 


VETZYME JDS INSECTICIDAL DOG SHAMPOO 


11430.00 


REC 




CANADIAN TIRE INSECT REPELLENT 


11453.00 


REC 




MASTERCRAFT MOTH EALLS 


11454.00 


REC 




MASTERCRAFT MOTH CRYSTALS 


11471.00 


CGC 




TAT ANT TRAP 


11481.00 


JOH 




RAID ANT COCKROACH & EARWIG KILLER 


11727.00 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC MOSQUITO COIL A-50 


11839.00 


BOY 




ELACK FLAG FLYING INSECT KILLER 


11841.00 


TRO 




TROJAN TRO-PELL TRL-455 


12054.00 


HAU 




LONGLIFE ALGI-STOP 


12226.00 


CGC 




GCP PRUNING PAINT 


12312.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STAREAR 4-MONTH INSECT STRIP 


12346.00 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY QUICK KILLING EUG SPRAY INSECI ICIDE 


12401.00 


NOZ 




NOXEMA INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 


12402.00 


NOZ 




NOXEMA TAN & GUARD LOTION 


12476.00 


CHP 


CCN 


C-I-L FLOWER & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


12591.00 


CGC 




SWAT INSECT STRIP (FORMERLY: NO-SRIP PEST) 


12670.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN PRUNING SPRAY 


12673.00 


CHP 




C-I-L DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


12782.00 


WIL 




WILSON PRUNING PAINT 


12788.00 


INT 




VAPOR FLY STRIP INSECTICIDE 


12859.00 


WIL 




WILSONS SPOT WEED 


12889.00 


DIV 




NUMBER'S UP INSECT KILLER 


12945.00 


REC 




NERO INSECT REPELLENT 


12955.00 


CHP 




C-I-L INSECTICIDE STRIP 


13003.00 


UCB 




TRE-HOLD SPRAY PAINT 


13028.00 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA KILLER FOR CATS 


13029.00 


HAC 




HAGEN OUTDOOR REPELLENT FOR DOGS & CATS 


13030.00 


HAC 




HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR DOGS 


13055.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 


13086.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOXY INSECT KILLER 


13171.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


13179.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S HOUSE PLANT INSECT KILLER 


13183.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S JET HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


13252.00 


JOH 




DEEP WOODS FORMULA OFF INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 


13253.00 


JOH 




DEEP WOODS PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 


13266.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 CAT COLLAR 


13333.00 


EUX 




RAT & MOUSE CONTROL 


13457.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 DOG COLLAR 


13519.00 


CHP 




C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE 


13552.00 


JOH 




RAID INSECT STRIP 


13606.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VAPORETTE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


13607.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VAPORETTE FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


13661.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


13662.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


13692.00 


WIL 




WILSON HOUSE & GARDEN EUG KILLER 


13850.00 


YON 




ABSOREINE SUPERSHIELD FLY REPELLENT & INSECTICIDE 


13922.00 


FAR 


GIS 


SWAT FLY REPELLENT CREAM 


13978.00 


RAW 




FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO BY MR. GROOM 


13990.00 


JOH 




OFF! INSECT REPELLENT TOWELETTES 


13993.00 


FUS 




FULLER BRUSH MOTH PROOFER 


14020.00 


CGC 




CREEPY CRAWLY 



187 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14057.00 


WIL 




WILSONS 1% DIAZINON ROACH & CRAWLING INSECT DESTROYER 


14059.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 RID FLEA DOG SHAMPOO 


14116.00 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID ANTEX KILLS ANTS 


14119.00 


GHC 




WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 


14121.00 


GHC 




WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 


14152.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MOUSE BAIT 


14153.00 


RAW 




RAWLEIGH INSECT REPELLENT 


14219.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S DRIONE CRAWLING INSECT KILLER POWDER 


14242.00 


REC 




NERO MOSOUITO COILS 


14285.00 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 


14292.00 


STL 




6- 1 2 PLUS INSECT REPELLENT STICK 


14293.00 


STL 




6- 1 2 PLUS INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 


14294.00 


STL 




6-12 PLUS INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 


14316.00 


STO 




REPEX INSECT REPELLENT 


14318.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS TREE WOUND DRESSING 


14326.00 


WAL 




WATKINS INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 


14333.00 


AIG 




AIR GUARD INSECT REPELLENT BUSH STRENGTH 


14352.00 


WAL 




WATKINS HOUSE & FLOWER GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


14375.00 


CGC 




S.W.A.T. YARD & PATIO FOGGER 


14380.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT TRAPS WITH PROPOXUR 


14495.00 


RAL 




PURINA HOME & GARDEN SPRAY 


14514.00 


JOH 




RAID VEGETABLE GARDEN FOGGER 


14573.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM FLEA & TICK POWDER 


14577.00 


CHP 




C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


14605.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN WASP & HORNET KILLER 


14668.00 


SFR 




SAFERS INSECTICIDAL SOAP CONCENTRATE 


14681.00 


MBY 




SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 3 


14688.00 


FLF 


ABS 


FLORALIFE HOUSEPLANT INSECT SPRAY 


14703.00 


CHP 




C-I-L LIQUID ANT KILLER 


14762.00 


CHP 




C-I-L CRAWLING INSECT KILLER DUST 


14794.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS TOMATO SET 


14811.00 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY D-15 INSECT REPELLENT TOWELEITE 


14891.00 


WOB 




MOTHKILLER MOTH BALLS 


14919.00 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR PUPPIES 


14920.00 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 


14921.00 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR DOGS 


14922.00 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR CATS 


14928.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 


14929.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 


14950.00 


CHP 




C-I-L PRUNING PAINT 


14951.00 


MBE 




BRACO TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 


15076.00 


SAF 




SANEX SKEE 1 bR BOMBS KILL MOSQUITO LARVAE 


15253.00 


WIL 




WILSON POTTED PLANT SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 


15337.00 


JOH 




RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


15351.00 


REC 




RECORD 100 INSECT REPELLENT 


15411.00 


JOH 




RAID FLYING INSECT KILLER 


15433.00 


JBL 


KCC 


BF-100 BLACK FLY REPELLENT 


15550.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT BLASl ER 


15568.00 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO INSECT STRIP 


15569.00 


HAU 




HARTZ DOG FLEA SOAP 


15576.00 


HAU 




HARTZ DOG FLEA & TICK SPRAY 


15577.00 


HAU 




HARTZ CAT FLEA & TICK SPRAY 


15578.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 RID FLEA DOG SHAMPOO 


15579.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 


15580.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR CATS 


15656.00 


HAU 




HARTZ BIRD DEFENDER 


15667.00 


STO 




REPEX INSECT REPELLENT 


15693.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG TRIPLE ACTION BUG KILLER 


15694.00 


CGC 




SOREXA SUPER MOUSE BAIT 


15695.00 


CGC 




SOREXA CR-2 SUPER MOUSE & RAT BAIT 



188 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


15711.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOXY PLUS INSECT KILLER 


1571.^.00 


SAF 




SANEX D-PEST INSECT KILLER 


15757.00 


JOH 




RAID MOTH PROOFER 


15766.00 


STQ 


CCN 


STANLEY HOUSE & GARDEN SPRAY 


15875.00 


FUB 




FULLER BRUSH INDOOR-OUTDOOR INSECTICIDE 


15883.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S PUMP CAT FLEA & TICK SPRAY 


15884.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S DOG FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


15892.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S POTTED PLANT INSECT SPRAY 


15899.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER FOR VEGETABLES 


15936.00 


ABE 




WACO BUGKILL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


15975.00 


LAT 




EATER'S TOMATO FRUIT SET SPRAY 


16056.00 


SAF 




SANEX JUNGLE POWER INSECT REPELLENT 


16063.00 


JOH 




RAID FLYING INSECT BUG KILLER 


16088.00 


BAX 




SENDRAN INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 


16144.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER BUG KILLER FOR PETS 


16152.00 


JOL 




SUREKILLER 


16196.00 


JOH 




RAID WEED KILLER 


16214.00 


LAT 




EATER'S LIQUID ANT KILLER 


16218.00 


LAT 




EATER'S LATHRIN CONCENTRATE (1 TO 3) INSECTICIDE 


16219.00 


LAT 




EATER'S GROW 'N' CARE HOUSE PLANT INSECT KILLER R.T.U. 


16222.00 


BAX 




SENDRAN TICK & FLEA DAB-ON 


16247.00 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC X-100 INSECT REPELLENT 


16282.00 


SAF 




SANEX PRO 


16283.00 


JOH 




DEEP WOODS LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 


16294.00 


CGC 




DERITOX 


16341.00 


JOH 




RAID MOSQUITO COILS 


16487.00 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC ANT TRAP 


16496.00 


INT 




CO-OP ANT & ROACH RESIDUAL SPRAY PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


16515.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S ROOTS ROOT STIMULTOR/FUNGICIDE FOR CUTTINGS 


16516.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S FRUIT SET 


16527.00 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


16528.00 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 


16529.00 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


16533.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S CUTWORM & SOWBUG BAIT 


16535.00 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR PUPPIES 


16546.00 


WIN 




VETATIX INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 


16553.00 


ADV 




ADVANCE QUAT 


16561.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S SOAP NATURAL INSECTICIDE FOR HOUSEPLANTS 


16600.00 


LAT 




EATER'S DIPFL^-TOX RAT & MOUSE KILLER BAIT 


16606.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER INSECTICIDAL SOAP (CONCENTRATE) 


16607.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER INSECIICIDAL SOAP (SOLUTION) 


16673.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR DOGS 


16699.00 


SAF 




BROMONE RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


16700.00 


SAF 




BROMONE RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 


16701. (X) 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE MOUSE KILLER MEAL 


16709.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG OUTDOOR FOGGER 


16765.00 


CHP 


CCN 


KERIGARD INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


16773.00 


CHP 


CCN 


C-I-L ANT & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


16774.00 


MBE 




FORMISOL ANT & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


16782.00 


CHP 




C-I-L SOLGARD ANT & GRUB KILLER DUST 


16832.00 


JOH 




RAID CRACK & CREVICE ROACH FOAM 


16851.(X) 


SAF 




SANEX RESMEN PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 0.25% 


16859.00 


CSM 




BLACK FLAG MOSQUITO COILS 


16888.00 


MBE 




RIDSECT HOUSE & GARDEN PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


16973.00 


SAF 




SANEX HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


17033.(K) 


HAC 




HAGEN BIRD GUARD 


17038.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG NOOK & CRANNY BUG KILLER 


17049.00 


INT 




CO-OP CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 


17055.00 


REC 




RECOCHEM CEDAR SCENTED MOTH BALLS 


17103.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S DE-MOSS MOSS & ALGAE KILLER 



189 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


17122.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS HOUSE PLANT INSECTICIDE 


17151.00 


WIL 




WILSON ANT TRAP 


17152.00 


LEO 


ABS 


TROPI GUARD II NEW 


17194.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


17195.00 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC INSIDE/OUTSIDE BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE 


17267.00 


HAC 




FL^GEN FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR CATS 


17268.00 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR DOGS 


17315.00 


AVM 




COMMAND INSECTICIDE 


17316.00 


QUA 




MAGNA 2 INSECTICIDE 


17340.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SOLGARD CUTWORM AND MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR 
INSECTICIDE 


17341.00 


SAF 




JUNGLE POWER INSECT REPELLENT 


17343.00 


REC 




LIQUID ANT KILLER 


17396.00 


JOH 




RAID ANT TERMINALS 


17398.00 


CHP 




C-I-L FLORAL INSECT KILLER READY-TO-USE 


17399.00 


CHP 




C-I-L VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 


17400.00 


ZOD 




VET-KEM FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


17435.00 


PUG 




PARASECT INSECT REPELLENT 


17492.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG VAPONA NO-PEST STRIP 


17522.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S DOG FLEA SPRAY 


17523.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S CAT FLEA SPRAY 


17538.00 


SAF 




SANEX 5% SEVIN DUST INSECTICIDE 


17539.00 


JOH 




RAID GYPSY MOTH & CATERPILLAR KILLER 


17546.00 


WIL 




GARDEN SULPHUR FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE 


17556.00 


SAF 




SANEX DORMANT OIL 


17674.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 


17763.00 


SUF 




HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


17764.00 


QHP 


CCN 


QUALITY PLUS HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


17775.00 


PUG 




SMASH HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


17783.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG TENT CATERPILLAR KILLER 


17798.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S ANT & GRUB KILLER DUST 


17799.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SUPER ROACH DESTROYER 


17834.00 


SHP 


CCN 


HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


17836.00 


WOL 




WOOLCREST HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


17956.00 


BOY 




COMBAT INSECT REPELLENT 


17957.00 


BOY 




COMBAT LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 


17959.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR CATS 


17960.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR DOGS 


17961.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR CATS 


18014.00 


WIL 




WILSON LAWN WEED KILLER 


18074.00 


PUG 




SMASH IV HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


18087.00 


LAT 




EATER'S WEED-B-GON WEED KILLER 


18108.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR DOGS 


18109.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR CATS 


18111.00 


SAF 




VET TEK FLEA SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER 


18116.00 


WIL 




WILSON VEGETABLE GARDEN SPRAY READY-TO-USE 


18116.01 


JOH 




RAID TOMATO & VEGETABLE SPRAY 


18117.00 


WIL 




WILSON FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 


18117.01 


JOH 




RAID FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 


18153.00 


SAF 




JUNGLE POWER FOAM INSECT REPELLENT 


18252.00 


SAF 




WASP & HORNET KILLER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


18289.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EVER-READY ROSE & FLOWER INSECT SPRAY 


18290.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EVER-READY TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECT SPRAY 


18295.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EVER-READY KILLEX READY-TO-USE SPOT WEEDER 


18303.00 


SAF 




CABBAGE DUST INSECTICIDE 


18332.00 


CHP 




C-I-L CRAWLING INSECT KILLER READY-TO-USE 


18349.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY 


18355.00 


SFR 




SAFERS SOAP NATURAL INSECTICIDE FOR ROSES & FLOWERS R.T.U. 


18356.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL AFRICAN VIOLET INSECTICIDE 


18383.00 


CHP 




C-I-L SPOT WEEDER READY-TO-USE 



190 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


18397.00 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN FLEA, TICK & LICE SHAMPOO 


18402.00 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN DAILY PROTECTION PEST SPRAY (FOR CATS & KITTENS) 


18403.00 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN DAILY PROTECTION PEST SPRAY (FOR DOGS & PUPPIES) 


18404.00 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN LICE & MITE SPRAY (FOR PET BIRDS) 


18423.00 


APA 




APAVAP SPRAY 


18444.00 


ZOD 




FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


18445.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG TOMATO & VEGETABLE GARDEN FOGGER 


18449.00 


JOH 




RAID LIQUID ANT KILLER 


18474.00 


INT 




CO-OP TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECT CONTROL 


18475.00 


INT 




CO-OP ROSE & ORNAMENTAL INSECT CONTROL 


18476.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS INSECTIPEN 


18494.00 


JOL 




INSTANT SUREKILLER 


18499.00 


HOH 


ROT 


RIVER TRAIL LIOUID INSECT REPELLENT 


18505.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA & TICK COLLAR 


18506.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


BREAK-AWAY FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 


18511.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


18512.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM BREAK-AWAY FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


18517.00 


WOL 




WOOLCREST ANT & ROACH KILLER 


18518.00 


WOL 




WOOLCREST HORNET & WASP KILLER 


18552.00 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC LIQUID ANT KILLER 


18637.00 


SUF 




READY-TO-USE SPOT WEEDKILLER 


18661.00 


CHZ 




COGHLAN'S MOSQUITO COILS 


18687.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER BUG KILLER COCKROACH & SILVERFISH 


18696.00 


SUF 




READY-TO-USE ROSE & FLOWER INSECT KILLER 


18697.00 


SUF 




TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 


18707.00 


SAF 




SANEX JUNGLE POWER PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 


18708.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL INSECTICIDE FOR FRUITS & VEGETABLES 


18778.00 


PGH 




MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT WITH SUNSCREEN 


18801.00 


CGC 




ANT & GRUB KILLER 


18802.00 


CGC 




CUTWORM DUST 


18839.00 


SUF 




READY-TO-USE INDOOR/OUTDOOR BUG KILLER 


18909.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK KILLER FOR CATS 


18910.00 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK KILLER FOR DOGS 


18974.00 


WIL 




WILSON ROACH DESTROYER 


18976.00 


VTR 


CCN 


CYCLE BREAKER I 


18976.01 


AMX 




BANDIT LONG ACTING FLEA SPRAY 


18992.00 


WIL 




WILSON PARAFFINIZED RAT & MOUSE BAIT PELLETS 


18993.00 


WIL 




WILSON BAIT BLOCK RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


19005.00 


CAA 




TUE MITES BLOC PARFUME 


19015.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG WASP & HORNET KILLER 


19016.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG FLEA KILLER 


19038.00 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


19061.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL GARDEN FUNGICIDE 


19107.00 


DFT 




THE ORIGINAL SKEETO-BAN JACKET OR PANTS 


19161.00 


JOL 




SUREKILLER GARDEN & HOUSE PLANT SPRAY 


19194.00 


DFT 




THE ORIGINAL SKEETO-BAN INSECT REPELLENT 


19209.00 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


19216.00 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE 100% NATURAL INSECT CONTROL POWDER 


19228.00 


WIL 




WILSON EARWIG DESTROYER 


19234.00 


VTR 


CCN 


CYCLE BREAKER 2 


19234.01 


AMX 




BANDIT LONG ACTING PREMISE SPRAY 


19244.02 


AMX 




FLY FOGGER 


19250.00 


RBN 


CCN 


SERGEANT'S HOUSEHOLD FLEA KILLER SPRAY 


19273.00 


INT 




CO-OP SUPER INDOOR/OUTDOOR BUG KILLER 


19275.00 


BOY 




COMBAT INSECT REPELLENT ROLL-ON 


19283.00 


REM 


CCN 


ATAK HORNET & WASP KILLER 


19284.00 


REM 


CCN 


ATAK ANT & ROACH KILLER 


19294.00 


ICC 


CSN 


HOT FOOT BIRD REPELLANT 


19306.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT & COCKROACH KILLER 


19307.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 



191 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


19308.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


19324.00 


VTR 


CCN 


CYCLE BREAKER 3 


19324.01 


AMX 




BANDIT LONG ACTING FLEA SPRAY 


19390.00 


JOL 




ANT KILLER 


19394.00 


GDE 


ONA 


GREEN EARTH SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 


19437.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S SOAP NATURAL INSECTICIDE FOR FRUITS & VEGETABLE 


19444.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL APHID & WHITEFLY KILLER R.T.U. 


19445.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL SPIDER MITE SPRAY R.T.U. 


19449.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL APHID & WHITEFLY KILLER CONCENTRATE 


19452.00 


JOL 


CCN 


SUREKILLER CRAWLING INSECTICIDE II 


19457.00 


JOL 




BITE FREE INSECT REPELLENT 


19460.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S FLEA & TICK SPRAY 


19464.00 


ONA 


WIL 


GREEN EARTH R.T.U. HOUSEPLANT SPRAY 


19507.00 


JOL 




SUREKILLER FLEA TICK & LICE SPRAY FOR PETS 


19526.00 


CYC 




MAXFORCE ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 


19581.00 


PIT 


CCN 


PESTISOL-R 


19587.00 


BAX 


CCN 


PARA-PREMISE 


19590.00 


JOH 




RAID ANT ROACH & EARWIG BUG KILLER 


19607.00 


SAF 




VET-TEK MUSTANG INSECT REPELLENT 


19651.00 


PUG 




PUROGUARD R.K. 42 READY-TO-USE RESIDUAL SPRAY 


19683.00 


BAX 


CCN 


PARA MIST 


19688.00 


CHP 




C-I-L SOIL & LAWN INSECT DUST 


19730.00 


JOH 




DEEP WOODS PUMP SPRAY 


19737.00 


VTR 




CYCLE BREAKER 4 FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


19737.01 


AMX 




BANDIT FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 


19742.00 


VTR 


CCN 


CYCLE BREAKER 5 


19742.01 


AMX 




BANDIT DOG & CAT INSECTICIDE DIP 


19759.00 


CHP 




C-I-L EARWIG KILLER DUST 


19769.00 


WIL 




WILSON ANT & ROACH KILLER 


19770.00 


INT 


CCN 


CO-OP FLY & MOSQUITO KILLER 


19771.00 


INT 


CCN 


CO-OP CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


19785.00 


WIL 




WILSON EARWIG & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


19816.00 


CYC 




IMPACT ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 


19829.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE RTU 


19856.00 


KEM 




ATACK INDOOR INSECT KILLER 


19876.00 


INT 


CCN 


CO-OP TREE WOUND DRESSING PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


19901.00 


MOX 


MOL 


CLEAR-IT 1 NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


19902.00 


MOX 


MOL 


CLEAR-IT 2 NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


19903.00 


MOX 


MOL 


CLEAR-IT 3 NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


19904.00 


MOX 


MOL 


SIDE-KICK #1 NON-SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS KILLER 


19905.00 


MOX 


MOL 


SIDE-KICK #2 NON-SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS KILLER 


19906.00 


MOX 


MOL 


SIDE-KICK #3 NON-SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS KILLER 


19909.00 


PGH 




MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY PRESSURIZED 


19915.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EARWIG ELIMINATOR BAIT 


19918.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT & COCKROACH KILLER (WATER BASED) 


19929.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL ROSE & FLOWER INSECTIDE 


19953.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT & EARWIG KILLER 


19973.00 


CCX 


CCN 


FLY-OFF INSECT REPELLENT 


20070.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EARWIG ELIMINATOR PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


20117.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 


20194.00 


FUB 




HOUSE & GARDEN #1012 INDOOR/OUTDOOR INSECTICIDE DOMESTIC FORMULA 


20198.00 


SUX 


CCN 


SUPER X HOUSE & GARDEN INSECIiCIDE 


20203.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S LIQUID ANT KILLER 


20230.00 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S CARPET FLEA KILLER SPRAY 


20234.00 


BOY 




COMBAT MOSQUITO REPELLENT STICK 


20235.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT BAITS 


20378.00 


WIL 




WILSON EARWIG & ROACH KILLER 


20440.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG EXTRA STRENGTH LIQUID ANT KILLER 


20445.00 


MOX 


MOL 


ERASE EVER-READY (NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE) 


20446.00 


MOX 


MOL 


ERASE CONCENTRATED (NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE) 



192 



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PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


20460.00 


WIL 




WILSON FUNGUS GNAT KILLER 




2050.1.00 


SFR 




SAFERS NATURAL EARWIG KILLER LIQUID CONCENTRATE 




20504.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL EARWIG KILLER R.T.U. 




20561.00 


SFR 


SFA 


SAFERS CATERPILLAR KILLER 




20562.00 


SFR 


SFA 


SAFERS CATERPILLAR KILLER 




2056.'!.00 


SFR 


SFA 


SAFER'S TROUNCE YARD & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 




20564.00 


SFR 


SFA 


SAFERS TROUNCE YARD & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 




20773.00 


JOH 




RAID ROACH & EARWIG TERMINALS 




20778.00 


AIG 




KONK INSECT KILLER 




20783.00 


AIG 




KONKTOO FLYING INSECT KILLER 




20848.00 


SFR 




SAFERS ROACH & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER (NATURAL) 




20854.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG INSECT STRIP 




20918.00 


ZOD 




VET-KEM SIPHOTROL HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 


TOTAL: 462 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


800367A 
810972C 

810973C 

841305C 


Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G 3ZI 

Safer's Agro Chem. 
Ltd.,455MilnerAve., 
Unit 1, Scarborough, 
Ontario Ml B2K4 

Safer's Agro Chem. 
Ltd.,455MilnerAve., 
Unit 1, Scarborough, 
Ontario Ml B2K4 

Fossil Flower Nat. Bug 
Control, 1835 
Meyerside Dr., 
Mississauga, Ont 
L5T IG4 


Chipman Kerigrow 
Rooting Powder 

Safer's Feed 'n' Guard 
Insecticidal Soap 
0.18:0.18:0.18 

Safer's Feed 'n' Guard 
Insecticidal Soap 
0.006:0.006:0.006 

Fossil Flower 
Houseplant Grow & 
Guard 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER- 

Continued 



Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


841306C 


Fossil Flower Nat. Bug 
Control, 1835 
Meyerside Dr., 
Mississauga, Ont 
L5T 1G4 


Fossil Flower Rose & 
Flower Bug Killer & 
Plant Food 


841307C 


Fossil Flower Nat. Bug 
Control, 1835 
Meyerside Dr., 
Mississauga, Ont 
L5T 1G4 


Fossil Flower Garden 
Bug Killer & Plant 
Foliar Feed 


841409 


Wilson Laboratories 
Inc., 36 Head St., 
Dundas, Ontario 
L9H 3H3 


Wilson Moss Killer Plus 
Plant Food 

TOTAL: 7 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 6. 



SCHEDULE: 5 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


3891.00 


PLG 




PLANTFUME 103 INSEC SMOKE FUM 


5710.00 


CHH 




SYSTOX SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


8106.00 


CHH 




GUTHION LIQUID SPRAY CONCENTRATE CROP INSECTICIDE 


8740.00 


CHH 




Dl-SYSTON LIQUID CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8779.00 


PLG 




PLANT-FUME PARATHION SMOKE FUMIGATOR 


9275.00 


CHH 




DASANIT SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


9519.00 


CHH 




DI-SYSTON 15% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


1001 l.(X) 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BIRLANE 25 WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


10101.00 


CHH 




GUTHION 50% WP CROP INSECTICIDE 


10363.00 


FMC 


ARN 


FURADAN 480 FLOW ABLE 


10.392.00 


CHH 




SYSTOX 6 LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


10741. (K) 


SHM 


CGC 


BIRLANE 400EC 


10828.00 


CHH 




FURADAN 480 FLOWABLE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


10868.(K) 


DUO 




LANNATE SP INSECTICIDE 


11I44.(K) 


NOQ 


JAK 


CARZOL SP MITICIDE-INSECTICIDE SOLUBLE POWDER 


12287.{X) 


CHH 




MONITOR 480 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


12.347.00 


MBY 




TEMIK lOG GRANULAR ALDICARB 


12434.00 


CHV 




ORTHO MONITOR 480 


12556.00 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN PARATHION 960 EC INSECTICIDE 



193 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


13334.00 


STF 


CHP 


DYFONATE 20-G SOIL INSECTICIDE 


13336.00 


CGC 




SUPRACIDE 250EC 


13956.00 


PFF 




PFIZER PARATHION 960 


14731.00 


MBY 




AQUA PARATHION 800-E 


14777.00 


MBY 




PARATHION 15W INSECTICIDE 


14952.00 


PFF 




PFIZER PARATHION 15 WP INSECTICIDE 


15082.00 


PFF 




PFIZER TERRAMYCIN TREE INJECTION FORMULA 


15268.00 


CYC 




COUNTER 15-G SOIL INSECTICIDE 


15645.00 


MKA 




AZINPHOS METHYL 50W 


16351.00 


DEG 


ABE 


DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN COATED TABLETS FOR CONTROL OF GROUNDHOGS 


16412.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN APM 50W INSECTICIDE 


17037.00 


CYC 




COUNTER 5-G SOIL INSECTICIDE 


17419.00 


CHH 




AMAZE 720 EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 


17533.00 


MKA 




AZINPHOS METHYL 240 EC 


17878.00 


CGC 




PHOSDRIN LIQUID 


17892.00 


CGC 




BIRLANE 25WP 


17894.00 


CGC 




BIRLANE 400EC 


17995.00 


DUO 




VYDATE L INSECTICIDE/NEMATICIDE 


20533.00 


CYC 




CYGARD 15G SOIL INSECTICIDE 

TOTAL: 38 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 7. 



SCHEDULE: 6 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


106.00 


WAL 




WATKINS INSECT DUST 


646.00 


RAW 




INSECT DUST 


780.00 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 15 LOUSE POWDER 


840.00 


WEP 




VAPOSECTOR LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


873.00 


BAT 




MICROSCOPIC WETTABLE SULPHUR 


1147.00 


WOB 




1058 SUPERSECT LIQ SPACE & CONTACT INSEC 


1268.00 


SAF 




SANEX HIGH TEST INSECT SPRAY 


1683.00 


CGC 




LIVESTOCK LOUSE POWDER 


2039.00 


SAF 




SANEX FLEA-X 


2076.00 


CGC 




AGRICULTURAL WEEDKILLER NO. 1 


2286.00 


CGC 




NEUTROL EMULSIFIABLE DORMANT SPRAY OIL 


2900.00 


CBL 




CARDICIDE OIL SOLUTION SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


3141.00 


CHP 




C-I-L GARDEN INSECT DUST ATOX 


3189.00 


BAI 




SUPER MICROSOL 


3416.00 


ESL 




ESSO WEED KILLER 350 


3555.00 


KIN 




KING ORGANIC INSECTICIDE DUST 


3639.00 


TUC 




WARFARIN BAIT PAKS (PELLETS) 


3740.00 


KEM 




DED-RAT WARFARIN RODENTICIDE BAIT 


3836.00 


WOB 




MICROSECT INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


3918.00 


CHP 




MICROFINE SULPHUR 92 FUNGICIDE 


4103.00 


LAT 




EATER'S ROTENONE GARDEN DUST 


4305.00 


SAF 




SANEX RODENTKIL 


4627.00 


INT 




CO-OP FARM BUILDING SPRAY 


5140.00 


INT 




CO-OP GARDEN INSECT DUST 


5293.00 


LAT 




EATER'S GARDEN SULPHUR FUNGICIDE 


5385.00 


RER 




STOP-PEST PESTICIDES MICE & RAT DESTROYER 


5565.00 


OSD 




PENTOX PRIMER SEALER WOOD PRESERVER GREEN 


5663.00 


INT 




CO-OP LOUSE POWDER 


6063.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP WARBLE FLY WASH WP INSECTICIDE 


6109.00 


GAX 




GARDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 50-7 


6159.00 


VIT 


VIR 


VIRCKEM TWENTY-THREE 


6325.00 


LAT 




EATER'S DORMANT OIL SPRAY 


6412.00 


STO 




REPEX BRAND INSECT REPELLENT 


6496.00 


NOX 




FLEA NEK-TYE FOR DOGS 



194 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


6525.00 


RAW 




RAWLEIGH RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


6599.00 


RER 




STOP PEST RODENT DESTROYER 


6701.00 


BRJ 




POISON RATS & SOURIS BRISSON 


6826.00 


AVM 




MOTH KILLER & DEODORANT 


6840.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN GRAIN PROTECTANT 


6858.00 


WAL 




WATKINS FRENCH LILAC & SPRING ROSE DEODORANT BLOCKS 


6957.00 


PEN 




PESTROY READY MIXED WARFARIN 


7146.00 


WOB 




G.H. WOOD INSECT KILLER 


7172.00 


SAF 




SANEX 10-1 FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY 


7222.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S WARFARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER MEAL 


7549.00 


VIT 


VI R 


VIRCHEM TWENTY-FOUR 


7652.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BUG KILLER 


7668.00 


ROR 




ROZTOX WOOD ROPE FABRIC PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


7670.00 


ROR 




ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE & FABRIC PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


7681.00 


ALT 




CRYSTAUX PARADICHLOROBENZENE 


7708.00 


ENI 




ENSIGN 320 WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


7710.00 


ENI 




ENSIGN 320 WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


7720.00 


CBE 




MASTERCRAFT LIOUID WOOD/ROPE/FABRIC PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


7857.00 


ABE 




WACO DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


7902.00 


CBL 




SPECIAL STOCK & DAIRY SPRAY SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


7947.00 


ABE 




WACO MAL-THANE FOGGING OIL 


8134.00 


WEP 




FLYBANE AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


8198.00 


CAO 




BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


8214.00 


CBL 




CARMILL SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


8243.00 


STF 


CHP 


MAGNETIC 6 FLOWABLE SULPHUR 


8403.00 


ORM 


CCN 


ORMOND TENOCIDE (FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY) 


8484.00 


SCO 




MORT-AUX-RATS 


8571.00 


NAC 




DOUBLE-QUICK LIQUID INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


86.39.00 


ELS 




INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


8676.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S PROLIN PE 


8679.00 


CGC 




TANTOO LIQ INSECT REPELLENT 


8685.00 


NAC 




PYRA-FOG 100 INSECT SPRAY 


8718.00 


POP 




POULIN'S PROLIN RAT & MOUSE POISON 


8744.00 


WAL 




WATKINS RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


8823.00 


LAT 




EATER'S MOUSE & RAT KILLER BAIT 


8825.00 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 24-P PROLIN PELLETS 


9061.00 


DOL 




DOMINION DUSTING POWDER FOR VET USE ONLY 


9081.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SEVIN 5% INSECTICIDE DUST 


9083.00 


KVL 




SEVIN POULTRY & LIVESTOCK INSECT SPRAY 


9144.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP PYRETHRIN DUST FOR MUSHROOM GROWERS 


9164.00 


GAP 




GARDO FLEA/ITCH POWDER FOR DOGS 


9166.00 


GAP 




GARDO CAT FLEA POWDER 


9179.00 


CHP 




C-I-L DORMANT OIL E.C. 


9222.00 


CHP 




C-I-L RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


9230.00 


SAF 




SANEXPYRONIDE5 


9328.00 


LAT 




LATERS INDOOR PLANT INSECT KILLER SPRAY 


9371.00 


GAX 




GARDEX PYRETHRIN SPRAY 5-25 


9383.00 


SAN 




SANFAX ROACH & ANT KILLER 


9413.00 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 24-M PROLIN MEAL 


9520.00 


DIT 




DIAZINON 2-D DUST INSECTICIDE 


9542.00 


BAT 




BARTLETT SUPERIOR 70 OIL AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


9607.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SUPERIOR SPRAY OIL 70 


9628.00 


ORM 


CCN 


ORMOND KENNEL SPRAY FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY 


9686.00 


TRO 




TRL-1 1 LIQUID INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


9703.00 


ORM 




FLEA SHAMPOO FOR VETERINARY USE 


9783.00 


COS 




COPELAND INSECT SPACE & CONTACT SPRAY 


9812.00 


SAN 




SANFAX SUPER INSECTICIDE 


9819.00 


DEA 




DEANCO TIMBERGARD CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


9820.(X) 


DEA 




DEANCO TIMBERGARD GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


9836.00 


ABE 




WACO TOSSIT PYRETHRUM FORMULA TO KILL MOSQUITO LARVAE 



195 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9857.00 


STD 




STAN-CHEM POTATO-GARD DISINFECTANT LIQUID 


9868.00 


ALT 




CHASSE INSECTES INSECT REPELLENT 


9928.00 


CAT 




KLUNK AE INSECT KILLER 


9947.00 


SAF 




SANEX DYNA-FOG ML LIQ INSEC 


9979.00 


CGC 




ANT ROACH & SPIDER BLASTER 


10043.00 


CGH 




DRI-KILL 


10078.00 


NAC 




SQUAD PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


10079.00 


GAX 




GARDEX RODENT BAIT BLOCKS 


10120.00 


SAF 




SANEX PYRONIDE 33 


10124.00 


LAT 




LATERS LOUSE POWDER ORGANIC INSEC 


10125.00 


INP 




RANCH TONE WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


10126.00 


INF 




RANCH TONE WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


10164.00 


CBL 




CARDEL MALATHION-2% BACK-RUBBER INSEC 


10165.00 


SAF 




SANEX l%DlAZINON 


10218.00 


TRO 




TRL-158 FOG-SECT LIQUID FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


102.38.00 


CGC 




HORNET & WASP BLASTER 


10301.00 


USB 


use 


BIOBOR(R) JF FUEL FUNGICIDE 


10315.00 


SAN 




SANFAX SUPER FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


10321.00 


LAV 




DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID GREEN 545-277 


10328.00 


ANl 




HALT DOG REPELLENT 


10345.00 


SAN 




SANFAX SUPER INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


10375.00 


FAR 


GIS 


FARNAM WIPE LIQ WIPE-ON FLY REPELLENT 


10381.00 


CGC 




SUPREME 70 SPRAY OIL EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 


10389.00 


DIT 




PYRATEX lOIE MILL SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


10409.00 


FAR 


GIS 


FARNÀM FLYS-AWAY REPELLENT STICK 


10434.00 


RAL 




PURINA RUB-ON EMULSION HORSE INSECTICIDE 


10443.00 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS DORMANT OIL 


10539.00 


CAI 




SHUR-GAIN RAT KILL BAIT CONTAINING WARFARIN 


10551.00 


ORM 




LIQUACIDE FLEA KILLER DEODORANT SPRAY 


10576.00 


CHH 




BAYGON 1% RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


10591.00 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG RESIDUAL BUG KILLER 


10645.00 


INT 




CO-OP BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE 


10709.00 


KIN 




KING BUG KILLER DUST 


10723.00 


CAY 




ZEP FORMULA 60 SPACE & CONTACT INSECT SPRAY 


10802.00 


TRO 




TRL-80 MAG-O-BAN RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


10803.00 


COS 




COPELAND HI-PRESSURE FUMIGATOR 


10814.00 


DIT 




PYRATEX 525 SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


10836.00 


DIT 




PYRATEX TOP TEST INSECT SPRAY 


10843.00 


KEM 




RID PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 


10844.00 


CAY 




ZEP 10-X RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


10845.00 


CAY 




ZEPOSECTOR DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE 


10863.00 


BAX 




FLEATOL INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO (FOR DOGS & CATS) 


10878.00 


UNR 




HRC LIQUID SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE FOR RUST ON CARNATIONS 


10881.00 


KEM 




DED-RAT DIPHACINONE RODENTICIDE BAIT 


10883.00 


DIT 




SULFARIN PELLETS RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


10917.00 


TRO 




TROJAN TRB 591 


10923.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX P-100 MUSHROOM HOUSE INSECTICIDE 


10994.00 


MIF 




BAY-O-CIDE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


10996.00 


CGC 




GCP DORMANT OIL SPRAY 


11035.00 


AVM 




MAGNA II 


11046.00 


DIT 




DIAZINON 1 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


11058.00 


MIF 




MILL-O-CIDE 300 CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


11068.00 


DUC 




MR. BIBITE 


11073.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS FLY BLASl ER 


11081.00 


WEP 




WEST FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


11085.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX B-1 RESIDUAL SPRAY 


1 1090.00 


LAT 




LATERS SEVIN GARDEN DUST 


11124.00 


TRO 




TRB-571 WASP & HORNET SPRAY 


11133.00 


FAR 


GIS 


HORSE LICE DUSTER 


11140.00 


NAC 




SWAT SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 



196 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11164.00 


INT 




CO-OP WARFARIN RAT KILLER PELLETS 


11165.00 


SAF 




SANEX SANIMATIC FLY KILLER (FOR USE IN METERED DISPENSER) 


11215.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM KEMIC PET SPRAY 


11223.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 4% MALATHION DUST AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


11260.00 


WEP 




RESIDOL-PLUS LIQUID INSECTICIDE RESIDUAL SPRAY 


11290.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


THURON THERMOSET INSECT STRIP 


11292.00 


CMS 




DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


11309.00 


SAN 




SANFAX BUG OFF INSECT REPELLENT 


11317.00 


GAX 




GARDEX RATKILL 


11320.00 


PPC 




PET PRODUCTS COMPANY FLEA SHAMPOO 


11327.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT BLASTER 


11328.00 


BEN 




MOORWOOD WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


11331.00 


DOO 




CCC WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


11332.00 


DIS 




WARFARIN DISPARAT RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


11345.00 


CBE 




MASTERCRAFT LIQUID WOOD/ROPE/FABRIC PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


11352.00 


WEP 




PYROSECT LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


11370.00 


WEP 




AGRO-MIST I SPACE SPRAY 


11408.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


TRAX M RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 


11416.00 


TRO 




TRB-61 1 INSECT PRE THREEWAY CONTACT INSECl ICIDE 


11431.00 


SAN 




SANFAX BLAST-M INSECTICIDE 


11492.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX 5/25 ULV INSECTICIDE 


11535.00 


CER 




CERTI-MIST SN SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


11565.00 


GAX 




GARDEX 1 BAYGON RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


11580.00 


MBY 




ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


11586.00 


CHP 




ATOX VEGETABLE DUST ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 


11593.00 


NAC 




KILZONE INSECTICIDE 


11599.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 5 SEVIN DUST 


11609.00 


INT 




CO-OP WARFARIN RAT KILLER MEAL 


11670.00 


HOK 


WDD 


RAMIK BROWN RODENTICIDE 


11737.00 


KEK 




QUICKCIDE FOOD/PLANT INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 162 19 


11769.00 


PFF 




PFIZER XA OIL CONCENTRATE 


1 1777.00 


BIE 




BIKOE'S DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE 


11904.00 


CHP 




ACTIVOL CONTAINS GIBBERELLIC ACID 


12017.00 


BLL 


MAE 


RODENT CAKE 


12037.00 


ORM 




HEXAMITE FOR TREATMENT OF EAR MITES 


12135.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SEVIN GARDEN DUST 


12225.00 


PLG 




A-REST 


12241.00 


KEK 




KEM KILL-B RESIDUAL SPRAY 


12242.00 


KEK 




QUIKCIDE CONCENTRATE 


12294.00 


WAL 




WATKINS QUALITY INSECT SRAY FOR USE ON DAIRY CA TILE 


12314.00 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY SPRAY ADJUVANT 


12345.00 


PEI 


ROU 


SBP-1382 BIOALLETHRIN INSECTICIDE 


12375.00 


OSD 




PENTOX COP-R-NAP 


12406.00 


SAF 




R-BAR ROZOL PARAFFINIZED BAIT BARS 


12428.00 


WOB 




G.H. WOOD INSECTICIDE NO 3000 (FOR METERED DISPENSER) 


12528.00 


RAL 




PURINA RAT CONTROL 


12585.00 


LOR 




LORRAIN RUB-ON LIQUID HORSE INSECTICIDE 


12799.00 


APA 




APARAT 


12984.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIPHACIN MEAL RAT & MOUSE CONTROL 


13050.00 


CGC 




EASOUT POTATO SEEDPIECE TREATMENT 


13059.00 


UNR 




MAINTAIN CF 125 


13074.00 


LAT 




LATER'S PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE FOR HOME & GARDEN 


13167.00 


UCB 




AMID-THIN W PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


13198.00 


VIT 


VI R 


VIRCHEM V ONE AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


13360.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIPHACIN LIQUID RAT & MOUSE CONTROL 


13693.(X) 


WIL 




WILSON'S ROTENONE INSECT DUST 


13766.00 


LOR 




LORRAIN TUE-RAT-KILL 


1.3774.00 


POP 




POULINS LIQUID INSECTICIDE COMMERCIAL 


13784.00 


POP 




POULINS RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


13793.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX DRIONE INSECTICIDE 



197 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


13884.00 


DIS 




DISVAP BUG KILLER 


13905.00 


BLL 


MAE 


ERAZE RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


13906.00 


ATC 




ATPLUS411F 


13908.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER GRAIN & SEED STORAGE ORGANIC BUG KILLER 


13911.00 


PEN 




PESTROY LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


13913.00 


BLL 


MAE 


RODENT CAKE 


13930.00 


CHP 




C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT SOIL INSECTICIDE 


13934.00 


CHH 




BAYGON INSECTICIDE READY TO USE IN THERMAL FOGGERS 


13949.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX BAY-FOG FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


13981.00 


SAT 


SAJ 


SANITIZED BRAND TG LIQUID 


14048.00 


DUR 




CREO-THANE WOOD PRESERVATIVE STAIN CLEAR 


14052.00 


DUR 




CREO-THANE WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


14057.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S 1% DIAZINON ROACH & CRAWLING INSECT DESTROYER 


14058.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S MOUSE TREAT 


14119.00 


GHC 




WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 


14121.00 


GHC 




WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 


14203.00 


SAL 




BAR BAIT RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


14207.00 


WHM 


BAB 


FLYS-OFF DAIRY INSECTICIDE 


14211.00 


LAT 




LATER'S 4% MALATHION DUST INSECTICIDE 


14227.00 


RAL 




PURINA RAT AND MOUSE KILL PELLETS D-8198 


14254.00 


KEM 




DIAZINON HOUSEHOLD RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


14265.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX C-VTHION 3% RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


14268.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR LOUSE POWDER 


14269.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR COWFLY POWDER 


14276.00 


KEM 




KS C5 BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


14303.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 


14322.00 


SAF 




SANEX BUG BUSTER INSECTICIDE 


14355.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL BAIT PELLETS RODENTICIDE 


14374.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOSQUITO BLACKFLY FOG INSECTICIDE 


14379.00 


POP 




POULIN'S RODENT DOOM 


14399.00 


POP 




POULINS C PLUS C INSECTICIDE COMMERCIAL 


14431.00 


FFA 


FFC 


DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 


14444.00 


DAB 




SAPHO HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


14507.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX INDUSTRIAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


14508.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


14509.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX MILL AND BAKERY INSECTICIDE 


14538.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX FOOD PLANT INSECTICIDE 


14541.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX BARN & LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 


14569.00 


BIE 




BIKOE 1% DIAZINON 


14570.00 


BIE 




BIKOE XKD RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 


14589.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR INSECTICIDE BACK RUBBER READY-TO-USE SOLUTION 


14599.00 


CGC 




EASOUT 10% DUST POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT 


14618.00 


CAT 




SUPER CONCENTRATED KLUNK INSECT KILLER 


14622.00 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM SPOT WEED KILLER 


14625.00 


QUA 




MAGNA SPACE & CONTACT INSECl ICIDE SPRAY 


14633.00 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE READY-TO-USE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


14635.00 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


14653.00 


PFF 




PFIZER MICROSCOPIC SULPHUR AGR FUNGICIDE 


14665.00 


KEM 




KSC5 BAIT REPELLENTS RODENTICIDE 


14669.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL INSECTICIDE NATUREL AGRICULTURAL 


14670.00 


ABE 




WACO CHLORPYRIFOS RESIDUAL SPRAY CRACK & CREVICE INJECI ION 
TREATMENT 


14681.00 


MBY 




SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 3 


14693.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S PRUNING PASTE 


14701.00 


CGC 




FUNGINEX 190EC SYS lEMIC FUNGICIDE 


14713.00 


MBY 




MICRO-NIASULW 


14751.00 


MBY 




SUPERIOR OIL 70 (AGRICULTURAL EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID) 


14759.00 


NCR 




HY-X DISINFECTANT AGAINST BACTERIAL RING-ROT 


14782.00 


NCR 




MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT 


14786.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 



198 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14809.00 


NCR 




DIPHACINONE RAT BAIT 


14821.00 


NAC 




NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH P-O-W WASP SPRAY INSECl ICIDE 


14826.00 


CHH 




BAYGON READY TO USE INSECTICIDE 


14832.00 


GAX 




GARDEX 1% PROPOXUR INSECTICIDE 


14860.00 


INT 




CO-OP DORMANT OIL SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 


14863.00 


TUC 




WARFARIN BAIT PARS MEAL 


14868.00 


NCR 




MALATHION 4 PYRENONE 


14877.00 


SAF 




SANEX BUG-X RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


14894.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP MUSHROOM FLY DUST 


14909.00 


SAF 




SANEX ROZOL PARAFFINIZED PELLETS 


14914.00 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY SPRAY ADJUVANT DEFOAMER 


14948.00 


RER 




LIQUID XLR BAYGON INSECT DESTROYER 


14950.00 


CHP 




C-I-L PRUNING PAINT 


14951.00 


MBE 




BRACO TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 


14981.00 


PFF 




PFIZER SUPERIOR 70 OIL AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


15011.00 


SAF 




SANEX M300 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


15030.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM INSECTICIDE LOUSE POWDER 


15038.00 


INT 




CO-OP TREE WOUND DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 


15077.00 


JOH 




BOLT AIRBORNE LIQUID FOR FLYING AND CRAWLING INSECT S 


15078.00 


JOH 




BOLT RESIDUAL LIQUID FOR CRAWLING INSECTS 


15079.00 


JOH 




BOLT RODENTICIDE FOR RATS AND MICE 


15104.00 


MIF 




MILL-O-CIDE 100' CONTACT INSECTICIDE SOLUTION SYNERGIZED PYRETHRIN 


15108.00 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM FLEA AND TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 


15140.00 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE FOOD PLANT FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


15162.00 


FFA 


FFC 


MULTI-PURPOSE PYRENONE INSECTICIDE 


15171.00 


MIF 




MILL-O-CIDE 500 CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


15180.00 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE AQUEOUS GARDEN SPRAY 


15181.00 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE AQUEOUS PLANT SPRAY 


15182.00 


FFA 


FFC 


ROACH & ANT RESIDUAL SPRAY AQUEOUS 


15195.00 


WOB 




G.H.WOOD PARADI CRYSTALS MOTH KILLER 


15211.00 


PLG 




PULSFOG PFE FOGGING SOLUTION 


15212.00 


PLG 




PULSFOG PFW FOGGING SOLUTION 


15232.00 


JOH 




BOLT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


15255.00 


FFA 


FFC 


DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 


15284.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOUSE KILLER BAIT PELLETS 


15285.00 


SAF 




DIPHA-PELL WEATHER RESISTANT RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


15286.00 


CHM 


AGT 


MAKI BULK RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 


15288.00 


SAF 




SANEX PRO-5 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE 


15289.00 


SAF 




SANEX PRO-3 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


15299.00 


JOH 




BOLT RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


15300.00 


SAF 




SANEX RESMEN-5-ULV CONCENTRATE 


15329.00 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 2% DUST 


15330.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX 110 ULV INSECTICIDE 


15338.00 


ABE 




WACO BIRD REPELLENT 


15431.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOUSE KILLER WHEAT FORMULA 


15442.00 


BAT 




SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 


15443.00 


NCR 




NIAGARA SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 


15444.00 


PFF 




SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 


15469.00 


SAF 




SANEX PYRONIDE 5 PLUS 


15474.00 


SAF 




SANEX PYRONIDE 33 PLUS SOLUTION 


15476.00 


SAF 




SANEX HIGH TEST PLUS INSECT SPRAY 


15481.00 


UCA 


UCB 


NU-TOMATOTONE 


15483.00 


SAF 




BUG BUSTER PLUS 


15486.00 


PUG 




PUROGUARD BARN INSECTICIDE DUST 


15488.00 


PUG 




PUROGUARD HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE DUST 


15496.(X) 


GAX 




GARDEX D-TRANS ALLETHRIN EC 1-10 


15530.00 


KEM 




ROZOL PELLETS BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


15549.00 


SAF 




SANEX ROACH & BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE 


15556.(K) 


SAF 




SANEX PRO PLUS INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL 


15591.00 


KEM 




KS C7 LIQUID LIGHTNING GROUND SQUIRREL RODENTICIDE 



199 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


15642.00 


JOH 




BOLT ROACH BAIT 


15676.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI RODENTICIDE BAIT 


15677.00 


SAF 




BROMONE SPECIAL RAT MEAL BAIT 


15678.00 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE RAT & MOUSE MEAL BAIT 


15727.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS ROSE & ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE (FUNGINEX 6.5) 


15788.00 


SAF 




BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


15795.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


15799.00 


WEP 




WEST D TRANS II 


15800.00 


REC 




RECOCHEM WOOD PRESERVATIVE (PAINTABLE) 


15823.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


15824.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL RODENTICIDE BAIT 


15827.00 


WOB 




RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


15853.00 


LAT 




LATER'S SUMMER OIL INSECTICIDE 


15858.00 


INT 




CO-OP AERO-TACK AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


15886.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN READY-TO-USE HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE 


15888.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN GRANULES 


15889.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN INSECTICIDE DUST 


15922.00 


WHM 


ELS 


WHITMIRE INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE III 


15941.00 


TRO 




TROJAN CHEMICALS TRB-540 PLANT MEDIC 


15948.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR MILK ROOM & CATTLE SPRAY 


15948.01 


AFL 




DELLA MIST 


15956.00 


MIF 




BAY-O-CIDE II RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


15958.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SUPER RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


15966.00 


LAT 




LATER'S GROW N' CARE TROPICAL SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 


15967.00 


DIS 




DISVAP III BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


15982.00 


CGC 




LIME SULPHUR 


16025.00 


INT 




CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


16104.00 


SAF 




SANEX PRO-99 PROFESSIONAL SYSl HM CRACK AND CREVICE AEROSOL 


16152.00 


JOL 




SUREKILLER 


16158.00 


LAT 




LATER'S ROOT-GUARD SOIL INSECT KILLER 


16159.00 


LAT 




LATER'S BUGBAN-C ANT KILLER 


16161.00 


LAT 




LATER'S DURSBAN READY-TO-USE HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE 


16184.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 


16211.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP EMULSIFIABLE DORMANT SPRAY OIL 


16227.00 


INT 




CO-OP BROMONE RODENTICIDE MEAL 


16250.00 


GAX 




GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


16260.00 


BDC 




BRENTDALE TREE PRUNING TREATMENT 


16261.00 


BDC 




BRENTDALE WASP & HORNET INSECTICIDE 


16266.00 


BDC 




BRENTDALE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


16268.00 


BDC 




BRENTDALE PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE INSTITUTIONAL & GARDEN SPRAY 


16269.00 


BDC 




BRENTDALE PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


16272.00 


SAF 




SANEX MR-10 MUSHROOM HOUSE INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


16288.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP COPPERTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE (GREEN) 


16307.00 


CAY 




ZEPTOX II PRESSURIZED WASP & HORNET KILLER 


16366.00 


CGC 




SPECTRACIDE-PROFESSIONAL HOME PEST CONTROL 


16367.00 


DIS 




DISPAR MIST (METERED) 


16393.00 


ELA 




A-REST SOLUTION CONTAINING ANCYMIDOL 


16423.00 


VEL 




ROOST NO MORE LIQUID BIRD REPELLENT 


16435.00 


CAY 




METER MIST INSECT KILLER 


16469.00 


TRO 




TRL-121 TROJAN RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY II 


16470.00 


TRO 




TRB-521 TROJAN PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY II 


16490.00 


SAJ 




UNITED VAN LINES SANITIZED VAN INTERIOR SPRAY 


16620.00 


CHP 




CHIPMAN MUSHROOM FLY DUST 


16660.00 


SCT 


ITT 


SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR SYSl EMIC FUNGICIDE 


16672.00 


CAY 




ZEP ROACH & ANT SPRAY 


16674.00 


NCR 




THAT FLOW ABLE FUNGICIDE 


16685.00 


CAY 




ZEPOSECrOR A SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


16699.01 


INT 




CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 


16700.01 


INT 




CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER MEAL 


16704.00 


MMN 




SECTROL #1490 MICROENCAPSULATED PYRETHRINS 



200 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16706.00 


SAF 




SANEX MR II MUSHROOM FLY INSECTICIDE DUST 


16738.00 


SAF 




SANEX ROZOL PARA BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


16741.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SUPER MOUSE TREAT 


167.';5.00 


MIF 




MILL-O-CIDE 28 LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 


16776.00 


GAX 




GARDEX SEWER-RAT BAIT BLOCKS 


16791.00 


INT 




CO-OP CUTWORM KILLER 


16792.00 


INT 




CO-OP ANT & GRUB KILLER 


16806.00 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDAL SOAP CONCENTRATE 


16812.00 


GAX 




GARDEX D-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 7-30 


16814.00 


GAX 




GARDEX D-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 2-5/25 


16827.00 


KEM 




KSB5 PINK PUSSYCAT RODENTICIDE 


1686.S.00 


KEM 




KSD5 BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


16866.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


16890.00 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 


16926.00 


UNR 




HINDER 


16934.00 


SAF 




SANEX MOSQUITO FOG INSECTICIDE 


16944.00 


LAV 




DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID BROWN 545-275 


169.51.00 


OLY 


OLX 


WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


16985.00 


NUX 




NUDDEX COPPER 2% 


16986.00 


NUX 




NUDDEX ZINC 2% 


17102.00 


SFR 




SAFER'S DE-MOSS CRYPTOCIDAL SOAP 


17111.00 


ATC 




CANPLUS 411: PARAFFINIC OIL & SURFACTANT BLEND 


17189.00 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK POWDER 


17201.00 


KEM 




KS MF MOSQUITO FOGGING INSECTICIDE FORMULA 5 


17204.00 


OSD 




PENTOX ZIN-K-NAP WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


17222.00 


INT 




CO-OP MALATHION 2% GRAIN PROTECTANT DUST 


17244.00 


PUG 




PUROGUARD BARN & LIVESTOCK LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


17250.00 


DIS 




DISVAP SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


17260.00 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BANISECT DOMESTIC INSECTICIDE DUST 


17320.00 


PIR 




INSECTO 


17359.00 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE DURA-BLOCK 


17379.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S SEVIN BUGKILLER DUST 


17424.00 


WIL 




WILSON'S TOMATO & VEGETABLE DUST 


17463.00 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTOR DUST 


17534.00 


SAF 




SEVIN 5-D INSECTICIDE DUST 


17581.00 


GRX 




MALATHION PYRETHRIN FLY DUST 


17.591.00 


AIG 


CCN 


K.O. FLYING INSECT KILLER (FOR AUTOMATIC DISPENSER) 


17592.00 


AIG 


CCN 


KONK (B.V.T.) FLYING INSECT KILLER (FOR AUTOMATIC DISPENSER) 


17593.00 


AIG 




KONK TOO FLYING INSECT KILLER 


17597.00 


EAT 




BAKER'S ALL WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS 


17598.00 


EAT 


MYS 


BAKER'S ALL WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS 


17625.00 


REC 




ONCE OVER WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


17629.00 


AIG 




KONK (C.S.A.) FLYING INSECT KILLER (FOR AUTOMATIC DISPENSER) 


17661.00 


LEG 




REZ PREMIUM QUALITY WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


17662.00 


LEG 




REZ PREMIUM QUALITY WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


17692.00 


BEN 




MOORWOOD PENETRATING CLEAR WOOD FINISH & PRESERVATIVE 


17693.00 


BEN 




MOORWOOD SEMI-TRANSPARENT STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


17710.00 


KEM 




KEMMIST METERED PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


17772.00 


MMN 




SECTROL #1494 PREMISES FLEA SPRAY 


17912.00 


WHM 


GAX 


WHITMIRE PT 565 PYRETHRUM INSECTICIDE 


17972.00 


LEG 




REZ SEMI-TRANSPARENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE STAIN-MAPLEWOOD 


18009.00 


SAF 




ROZQL PARA-BLOCK 


18020.00 


SAF 




BROMONE DURA-BLOCK 


18094.00 


GPB 




RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18104.00 


BEN 




MOORWOOD SEMI-TRANSPARENT BLENDING BASE STAIN & WOOD 
PRESERVATIVE 


181.59.(K) 


SAF 




SANEX VETTEK B-R-S BACKRUBBER SOLUTION 


18164.00 


EMO 




RE-ZIST RESIDUAL SOLUTION SPRAY 


18187.00 


APA 




SEVIN POULTRY INSECT DUST 


18196.00 


SAF 




SANEX PRO LIVESTOCK SPRAY 



201 



Reg./Règl.914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


18201.00 


GAX 




GARDEX BUGKILL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


18202.00 


PUG 




SHOK LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


18204.00 


KEK 




E-RAT-ICATE 


18205.00 


KEK 




E-Z-BAIT 


18217.00 


EMO 




RAT NIX 


18218.00 


EMO 




RAT-X 


18237.00 


KEM 




MAKI RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


18325.00 


SAF 




SANEX MAGIC MIST INSECTICIDE PY9 (METERED SPRAY) 


18331.00 


SWC 




SPRAYCO PREMIUM MINERAL OIL 


18348.00 


GAX 




GUARD MIST PYRETHINS INSECTICIDE (METERED) 


18357.00 


SAF 




BUG BUSTER INSECI ICIDE METERED SPRAY 


18358.00 


EMO 




QUIK-KILL 


18359.00 


KEK 




INDUSTRIAL INSTA-KILL WASP & HORNET JET SPRAY 


18360.00 


CHP 




C-I-L RAPID BUG KILLER SEVIN 


18385.00 


EMO 




BUTO-PIP CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


18388.00 


INT 




CO-OP HOME PEST CONTROL SPRAY 


18393.00 


KEM 




RIDDEX PYRETHRUM 101 E.C. INSECI ICIDE 


18420.00 


APA 




APAMIST FLYING INSECT KILLER (METERED MIST) 


18473.00 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP CORN OIL (LIQUID ADJUVANT) 


18488.00 


WHM 


GAX 


WHITMIRE PT 240 PERMA-DUST 


18558.00 


CAI 




D & L FLY KILL CONCENTRATE 


18559.00 


CAI 




D & L FLY KILL SPRAY OR WIPE 


18559.01 


BAX 




SPRAY 'N' REPEL 


18574.00 


INT 




CO-OP DAIRY GUARD/SENTINELLE II 


18583.00 


KEK 




BODY GARD 


18584.00 


KEK 




HORSE-SHOO 


18585.00 


KEK 




EVACUATE (FOR AUTOMATIC DISPENSER) 


18586.00 


KEK 




BARNSTORM (FOR AUTOMATIC DISPENSER) 


18587.00 


EMO 




BANISH 


18588.00 


EMO 




SWAT 


18589.00 


EMO 




HOG-WASH 


18590.00 


EMO 




EVICT 


18675.00 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 5% SEVIN DUST 


18691.00 


KEM 




KS FLEA SHAMPOO 


18724.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KEMSAN 511 PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 


18749.00 


KEM 




MAKI RAT & MOUSE BAIT PELLE IS 


18834.00 


KEM 




KS P-45 BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


18835.00 


KEM 




1233 U.L.V. 


18836.00 


BAZ 




BASF KUMULUS S 


18846.00 


CER 


CCN 


BUG-X II 


18847.00 


MTK 


CCN 


IR48 11 


18892.00 


CGC 




CREEPY CRAWLY PROFESSIONAL HOME PEST CONTROL KIT 


18893.00 


BLL 


MAE 


QUINTOX RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


18900.00 


MTK 


CCN 


RODON II 


18902.00 


CER 


CCN 


KAITLESECTII 


18929.00 


MTK 


CCN 


M.K.O. II 


18930.00 


CER 


CCN 


STING-X II 


18943.00 


SUA 




OSTER FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 


18947.00 


INT 




CO-OP TRIMEX PREMIUM SPOT WEED KILLER 


18991.00 


BDC 


COS 


BRENTDALE INSECT SPACE & CONTACT SPRAY 


19063.00 


WHM 


GAX 


WHITMIRE PT 270 DURSBAN INSECTICIDE 


19101.00 


KEM 




DIAZINON COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


19115.00 


GAX 




GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


19166.00 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER 


19178.01 


NAC 




RAT-TAT-TAT 11 


19178.02 


MTK 




BIG GUN 


19190.00 


BAZ 




BASF AMMONIUM SULPHATE 


19215.00 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER 


19230.00 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER 


19244.00 


VTR 


CCN 


CYCLE BREAKER II 



202 



Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES 



Reg./Règl. 914 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


19244.01 


INT 




SUPER MIST PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE SPRAY 




19255.00 


DUG 




WOODMATE CLEARWATER WOOD PRESERVATIVE 




19261.00 


VTR 




CYCLE BREAKER 6 




19272.00 


BAZ 




BASF LIQUID AMMONIUM SULPHATE 




19281.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI BAIT BLOCK RODENTICIDE 




19282.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI» BAIT PELLETS RODENTICIDE 




19286.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN SEWER BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 




19313.00 


DEP 




DENALT-COPPER NAPHTHENATE PRESERVATIVE GREEN 




19321.00 


ROR 




ROZ-TOX CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE & SEALER 




19373.00 


BEN 




MOORWOOD CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 456-01 




19374.00 


KEM 




KS C5 HOUSEHOLD RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 




19383.00 


NAC 




SEARCH-OUT 




19383.01 


MTK 




LAST STAND COCKROACH KILLER 




19.386.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR QWIK-KILL FOGGING SOLUTION (R.T.U.) 




19386.01 


AFL 




DAIRY SPRAY II 




19440.00 


REC 




END CUT PRESERVATIVE GREEN 




19476.00 


GRH 




G&I^ CHEMICALS SE 800 




19537.00 


KEM 




MAKI{R) CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 




19557.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KO 414 FLYING INSECT KILLER (AUTOMATIC DISPENSER) 




19558.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KONK 409 (BVT) FLYING INSECT KILLER (METERED SPRAY) 




19559.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KONK408 (CSA) FLYING INSECT KILLER (METERED SPRAY) 




19560.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KONK PRO INSECT KILLER 




19561.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KONK TOO FLYING INSECT KILLER 




19573.00 


ZOD 


CCN 


DELLA MIST II (METERED SPRAY) 




19653.00 


MMN 




SECTROL #1497 TWO WAY PET SPRAY 




19654.00 


MMN 




SECTROL #1498 TWO-WAY FLEA & TICK FOAM 




19659.00 


BAX 




SPRAY N' REPEL 




19679.00 


KEM 




KS PYRETHRUM COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 




19685.00 


GAX 


ABS 


GUARD MIST 1 (METERED SPRAY) 




19694.00 


DOW 




DURSBAN WB 05 INSECTICIDE 




19732.00 


BLL 


MAE 


QUINTOX MOUSE SEED 




19735.00 


INT 




CO-OP HORSE GARD INSECTICIDE REPELLENT 




19781.00 


WHM 


GAX 


WHITMIRE PT 3-6-10 AERO-CIDE 




19838.00 


MOM 


PPU 


PIVAL PARAKAKES 




19854.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN 11 METERED PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 




19879.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR EQUINE INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR HORSES 




20173.00 


ADS 


NRD 


ADAMS FLEA OFF EAR MITE LOTION 




20188.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR EQUINE SUPER WIPE 




20189.00 


ZOD 




ZOECON ENDALSECT INSECTICIDE 




20191.00 


ZOD 




STARBAR EQUINE LICE DUSTER 




20192.00 


ZOD 




VET KEM KEMIC PET SPRAY PLUS 




20258.00 


CHM 


AGT 


MAKI BULK RODENTICIDE PELLETS 




20259.00 


CHM 


AGT 


MAKl PLACE PACKS RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 




20298.00 


SAF 




SANEX DORMANT OIL 




20459.00 


KEM 




KEMSAN B-20 PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 




20493.00 


SWC 




SPRAYCO OIL CONCENTRATE 




20540.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KO-15 FLYING INSECT KILLER FORMULA 975 (METERED SPRAY) 




20542.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KO 14 FLYING INSECT KILLER FORMULA 975 




20545.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KONK 408 FLYING INSECT KILLER FORMULA 975 (METERED SPRAY) 




20547.00 


KEM 


CCN 


KONK 409 FLYING INSECT KILLER FORMULA 975 (METERED SPRAY) 




20691.00 


MMN 




DURATROL 3M #1488 HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 




20758.00 


KEM 




KONK FLY FOG FLYING INSECT KILLER 




21029.00 


MBY 




ABC OIL (FOR USE WITH ATRAZINE FORMULATION) 

TOTAL: 


565 



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Reg./Règl. 914 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 



Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 



2187 Simpsons-Sears Ltd. 

Dept. 71, Toronto, 
Ontario M5B 2B8 
2189 Simpsons-Sears Ltd., 

Dept. 71, Toronto, 
Ontario M5B 2B8 
790003C Nitrochem Ltd., Suite 
800, Montreal, 
Quebec H3 A 1V4 
790005C O.M. Scott & Sons, 
Marysville, Ohio 
43040 
790017AB Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G3Z1 
790026C O.M. Scott & Sons, 
Marysville, Ohio 
43040 
790085C United Co-Operatives of 
Ont., Box 527, 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L5A 3A4 
790086C United Co-Operatives of 
Ont., Box 527, 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L5A 3A4 
790088C United Co-Operatives of 
Ont., Box 527, 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L5A3A4 
790207C Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., 
1400 The Queensway, 
Toronto, Ontario 
M8Z 1S4 
790553C C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 
790569C Weall & Cullen 

Nurseries Ltd., P.O. 
Box 4040, Markham, 
Ontario L3R 8G8 
790570C So-Green Inc., 2600 

John St., Unionville, 
Ontario L3R 3W3 
790585C Life Horticuhural 
Products, Box 50, 
Caledonia, Ontario 
NOA lAO 
790609C C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 
790610C Simpsons-Sears Ltd., 
Dept. 71, Toronto, 
Ontario M5B 2B8 
790668C C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 
790669C C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 
790677C C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 



Pesticide 



Sears Weed and Feed 
12:3:6 

Sears Weed and Feed 
20:10:5 Plus 2,4-D and 
Mecoprop 

Nutrite Turf Plus 
Insecticide with 
Dursban 8:5:8 

Scotts Turf Builder 
25:3:3 Plus Halts 
Crabgrass Preventer 

Chipman Plantaide Plant 
Starter 5:15:5 Plus 
Rooting Regulator 

Scotts Turf Builder Plus 
2 With 2,4-D and 
Mecoprop 26:3:3 

Meadow Green 10:6:4 
Turf Fertilizer with 
2,4-D 

Meadow Green 7:7:7 
Fertilizer with 2,4-D 



Sherwood Green Turf 
Fertilizer with 2,4-D 
10:6:4 

Golden Vigoro Weed 
and Feed 12:6:3 with 
Killex 

CIL Weed and Feed 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER- 
Continued 



20:10:5 



c 



Weall and Cullen Weed 
and Feed 10:6:4 



So-Green Weed and 
Feed 10:5:10 

Life Weed and Feed 
With 2,4-D 10:6:4 



CIL Winterizer Weeder 
6:12:24 

Sears Crabgrass Killer 
10:6:4 with Dacthal 

CIL 18:3:6 with 
Crabgrass Preventer 

CIL 10:6:4 Lawn Food 

and Crabgrass 

Preventer 
CIL 18:3:6 Lawn Weed 

Doctor 



Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 



790685C 



790686C 



790688C 



790690C 



800240C 



800264C 



800276C 



800277C 



800283C 



800301 C 



800363C 



800697C 



800698C 



800699C 



80070 IC 



800715C 



800719C 



800734C 



Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 



C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 

C-l-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 

Green Cross (CIBA- 
GEIGY), 6860 
Century Avenue, 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L5N2W5 

C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 

Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., 
1400 The Oueensway, 
Toronto, Ontario 
M8Z 1S4 

O.M. Scott & Sons, 
Marysville, Ohio 
43040 

Cyanamid Canada Inc., 
88 McNabb Cres., 
Markham, Ontario 
L3R 6E6 

Cyanamid Canada Inc., 
88 McNabb Cres., 
Markham, Ontario 
L3R 6E6 

O.M. Scott & Sons, 
Marysville, Ohio 
43040 

Sheridan Nurseries Ltd., 
700 Evans Avenue, 
Etobicoke, Ontario 
N6A4L6 

United Co-Operatives of 
Ont., Box 527, 
Mississauga, Ontario 
L5A 3A4 

Nitrochem Ltd., Suite 
800, Montreal, 
Quebec H3A 1V4 

Nitrochem Ltd., Suite 
800, Montreal, 
Quebec H3 A 1V4 

Nitrochem Ltd., Suite 
800, Montreal, 
Quebec H3A 1V4 

Nitrochem Ltd., Suite 
800, Montreal, 
Quebec H3A 1V4 

Nitrochem Ltd., Suite 
800, Montreal, 
Quebec H3A 1V4 

Merry Gro. Ltd., 4038 
Hwy. 7, Unionville, 
Ontario L3R 2L5 

Manchester Products 
Ltd., Box 204, 
Cambridge, Ontario 
N1R5S9 



Pesticide 



Green-Up Weed and 
Feed 10:6:4 

Green-Up Weed and 
Feed 20:10:5 

Green Cross Weed 'n 
Feed 20:10:5 with 
Killex 



CIL 18:3:6 Lawn Insect 
Doctor 

Vigoro Fall Weed and 
Feed 4:8:16 



Scotts Proturf 25:0:12 

Fertilizer Plus DSB 

Fungicide 
Aero True-Green Weed 

and Feed 10:6:4 with 

Killex 

Aero True-Green Weed 
and Feed 10:6:4 with 
2,4-D 

Scotts Proturf Fertilizer 
36:0:0 Plus Dicot 
Weed Control II 

Sheridan Parkwood 
Weed and Feed 10:6:4 



Co-Op Fertilin 10:6:4 
Turf Fertilizer with 
Crabgrass Preventer 

Nutrite Lawnbooster 

Plus Crabgrass 

Preventer 20:5:5 with 

Chlort 
Nutrite Superturf Plus 

Weed Killer 21:3:9 

Nutrite Wintergreen Plus 
Weedaway 4:9:15 

Nutrite Turf Plus 
Weedaway 8:5:8 

Miracle Green 7:7:7 Plus 
Weed and Feed 

White Rose Iron Plus 
Weed and Feed 9:4:8 

Manchester Supergreen 
Weed and Feed 10:6:4 



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PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER- 

Contimied 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER- 
Continued 



Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


800735C 


Manchester Products 
Ltd., Box 204, 
Cambridge, Ontario 
N1R5S9 


Manchester Supergreen 
Crab-Ex 10:6:4 


800758C 


So-Green Inc., 2600 
John St., Unionville, 
Ontario UR 3W3 


So-Green Winter Pro 
Weed and Feed 4:8:12 


800763C 


C-I-LInc.,90Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 


Green-Up Weed and 
Feed 20:10:5 


800773C 


Cavan's Garden Centre, 
1570 Clarkson Road 
North, Mississauga, 
Ontario L6T1G1 


Cavan's Summer Lawn 
Food with Weed 
Control 10:5:5 


800775C 


Cavan's Garden Centre, 
1570 Clarkson Road 
North, Mississauga, 
Ontario L6T1G1 


Cavan's Fall Lawn Food 
WAVeed Control 
5:10:5 


800776C 


Cavan's Garden Centre, 
1570 Clarkson Road 
North, Mississauga, 
Ontario L6T1G1 


Cavan's Spring Lawn 
Food W/Weed Control 
15:5:5 


80078 IC 


O.M. Scott & Sons, 
Marysville, Ohio 
43040 


Scotts Proturf Fertilizer 
36:0:0 Plus Dicot 
Weed Control 


800789C 


C-I-LInc.,90Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 


CIL 6:9:6 Garden Weed 
Doctor 


800803C 


So-Green Inc., 2600 
John St., Unionville, 
Ontario L3R 3W3 


So-Green Premium 
Crabgrass Control 
with Chlorthal 21:7:7 


800806C 


F.W. Woolworth Co. 
Ltd., 33 Adelaide St. 
W., Toronto, Ontario 
M5H 1P5 


Woolcrest Weed and 
Feed 10:6:4 


80081 OC 


Beaver Lumber Co. 
Ltd., 245 Fairview 
Mall Drive, 
Willowdale, Ontario 
M2J 4T1 


Beaver Premium Weed 
and Feed 20:10:5 Plus 
Killex 


8008I6C 


Beaver Lumber Co. 
Ltd., 245 Fairview 
Mall Drive, 
Willowdale, Ontario 
M2J4T1 


Beaver Weed and Feed 
with 2,4-D 


800820C 


K Mart Canada Limited, 
8925 Torbram Road, 
Brampton, Ontario 
MSB 1L3 


K-MartK-GroWeed 
and Feed 10:6:4 


800879C 


Green Cross (CIBA- 
GEIGY), 6860 
Century Avenue, 
Mississauga, Ontario 

L5N 2W5 


Green Cross Crab- 
Guard Lawn Food 
15:3:3 with Dacthal 

4% 


81040IC 


Cyanamid Canada Inc., 
88 McNabb Cres., 
Markham, Ontario 
L3R 6E6 


Aero Green Weed and 
Feed 10:6:4 with 
Killex 


810402C 


Cyanamid Canada Inc., 
88 McNabb Cres., 
Markham, Ontario 
L3R 6E6 


Aero Green Weed and 
Feed 10:6:4 with 2,4-D 



Registration 






No. Under 


Registrant Under 


Pesticide 


Fertilizer 


Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Act (Canada) 






810403C 


Cyanamid Canada Inc., 


Aero Green 12:6:6 Lawn 




88 McNabb Cres., 


Insect Control and 




Markham, Ontario 


Fertilizer 




L3R 6E6 




810420C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Co-Op Fertilin 10:6:4 




Ont., Box 527, 


Turf Fertilizer with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Weed Killers 




L5A3A4 




810421C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Co-Op Fertilin 10:6:4 




Ont., Box 527, 


Turf Fertilizer with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Crabgrass Preventer 




L5A 3A4 




810422C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Sherwood Green 7:7:7 




Ont., Box 527, 


Turf Fertilizer with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


2,4-D 




L5A3A4 




810423C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Co-Op Fertilin Turf 




Ont., Box 527, 


Fertilizer 16:6:8 with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Crabgrass Preventer 




L5A3A4 




810428C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Turf Green Fertilizer 




Ont., Box 527, 


16:6:8 with Weed 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Killers 




L5A3A4 




810446C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Co-Op Turfgreen Turf 




Ont., Box 527, 


Fertilizer 16:6:8 with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Weed Killer 




L5A 3A4 




810447C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Co-Op Turfgreen Turf 




Ont., Box 527, 


Fertilizer 16:6:8 with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Crabgrass 




L5A 3A4 




8I0457C 


Canadian Tire 


Mastercraft Fall Weed 'n 




Corporation, Box 770, 


Feed Fertilizer 4:8: 12 




Station K, Toronto, 






Ontario M4P 3V8 




810902C 


O.M. Scott & Sons, 


Scotts Starter Fertilizer 




Marysville, Ohio 


16:21:5 with Crabgrass 




43040 


Preventer 


810903C 


Manchester Products 


Manchester Supergreen 




Ltd., Box 204, 


Weed Guard 14:4:8 




Cambridge, Ontario 






N1R5S9 




810915C 


So-Green Inc., 2600 


So-Green Grub and 




John St., Unionville, 


Cinchbug Control 




Ontario L3R 3W3 


W/Chlorpyrifos 10:2:4 


810918C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 


CIL 18:3:6 Crabgrass 




Ave. E., North York, 


Doctor 




Ontario M2N 6H2 




810919C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 


CIL 15:3:6 Uwn Food 




Ave. E., North York, 


with Crabgrass 




Ontario M2N 6H2 


Preventer 


810927C 


Cyanamid Canada Inc., 


Aero Green Weed and 




88 McNabb Cres., 


Feed 5: 10: 10 with 




Markham, Ontario 


Killex 




L3R6E6 




810929C 


Cyanamid Canada Inc., 


Aero Ultra Green Weed 




88 McNabb Cres., 


and Feed 14:7:7 with 




Markham, Ontario 


Killex 




L3R 6E6 




810930C 


Cyanamid Canada Inc., 


Aero Green Crabgrass 




88 McNabb Cres., 


and Annual Bluegrass 




Markham, Ontario 


Preventer 10:6:4 




L3R6E6 





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PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER- 
Continued 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER- 
Conlinued 



Registration 






No. Under 


Registrant Under 


Pesticide 


Fertilizer 


Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


A ^JllXfl^JW 


4ct (Canada) 






810942C 


Simpsons-Sears Ltd., 


Sears Weed and Feed 




Dept. 71, Toronto, 


26:4:4 Plus 2,4-D and 




Ontario MSB 2B8 


Mecoprop 


810970C 


F.W. Woolworth Co. 


Woolcrest Premium 




Ltd., 33 Adelaide St. 


Weed and Feed 




W., Toronto, Ontario 


20:10:5 




M5H IPS 




810978C 


Little Tree Farm, 460 


Little Tree Farm Weed 




Springbank Drive, 


and Feed 18:4:8 




London, Ontario 






N6J 1G8 




810979C 


Little Tree Farm, 460 


Little Tree Farm 




Springbank Drive, 


Crabgrass Preventer 




London, Ontario 


18:4:8 




N6J 1G8 




810982C 


O.M. Scott & Sons, 


Scotts Lawn Moss 




Marysville, Ohio 


Control with Fertilizer 




43040 


19:5:5 


811506C 


Sunfresh Ltd., 22 St. 


No-Name Weed and 




Clair Avenue E., 


Feed 10:6:4 




Toronto, Ontario 






M4T 2S3 




811508C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 


CIL 12:3:5 Winterizer 




Ave. E., North York, 


Weeder 




Ontario M2N 6H2 




811515C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 


CIL 15:3:3 Lawn Food 




Ave. E., North York, 


and Weed Killer 




Ontario M2N 6H2 




811516C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 


CIL 6:3:4 Lawn Food 




Ave. E., North York, 


with Insect Killer 




Ontario M2N 6H2 




821004C 


All Treat Farms Ltd., 


Lawn Treat Fertilizer 




Arthur, Ontario 


and Crabgrass Control 




NOG lAO 




821005C 


All Treat Farms Ltd., 


Lawn Treat Fertilizer 




Arthur, Ontario 


and Insect Control 




NOG lAO 


with Dursban 


821006C 


All Treat Farms Ltd., 


Lawn Treat Weed and 




Arthur, Ontario 


Feed with Weed-A 




NOG lAO 


Ban Herbicide 


821014C 


Meadow Green Co. 


Meadow Green Truf 




Ltd., IS 1 City Centre 


Fertilizer 7:7:7 with 




Drive, Mississauga, 


Weed Killers 




Ontario LSB1M7 




821015C 


Meadow Green Co. 


Meadow Green Turf 




Ltd., ISl City Centre 


Fertilizer 10:6:4 with 




Drive, Mississauga, 


Weed Killers 




Ontario L5B1M7 




82101 6C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Sherwood Green Turf 




Ont., Box S27, 


Fertilizer 7:7:7 with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Weed Killers 




LSA3A4 




82101 7C 


United Co-Operatives of 


Sherwood Green Turf 




Ont., Box 527, 


Fertilizer 10:6:4 with 




Mississauga, Ontario 


Weed Killers 




LSA3A4 




821032C 


Canadian Tire 


Mastercraft Weed 'n 




Corporation, Box 770, 


Feed Lawn Fertilizer 




Station K, Toronto, 


9:3:6 




Ontario M4P 3V8 




821123C 


So-Green Inc., 2600 


So-Green Winter Pro 




John St., Unionville, 


Weed and Feed 6:8:12 




Ontario UR 3W3 





Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


821545C 


So-Green Inc., 2600 
John St., Unionville, 
Ontario UR 3W3 


So-Green Lawn Pro 
Weed and Feed 
10:5:10 


821564C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 


CIL Weed and Feed 
16:4:4 with 2,4-D, 
Mecoprop, Dicamba 


821597C 


Simpsons-Sears Ltd., 
Dept. 71, Toronto, 
Ontario MSB 288 


Sears Weed and Feed 
20:10:5 


821S98C 


Simpsons-Sears Ltd., 
Dept. 71, Toronto, 
Ontario MSB 2B8 


Sears Weed and Feed 
12:3:6 


821600C 


F.W. Woolworth Co. 
Ltd., 33 Adelaide St. 
W., Toronto, Ontario 
M5H IPS 


Woolcrest Premium 
Crabgrass Control 
20:10:5 


821602C 


Weall & Cullen 
Nurseries Ltd., P.O. 
Box 4040, Markham, 
Ontario L3R 8G8 


Weall and Cullen 
Premium Crabgrass 
21:7:7withBetasan 


821616C 


Sunfresh Ltd., 22 St. 
Clair Avenue E., 
Toronto, Ontario 
M4T 2S3 


Fertilizer with Crabgrass 
Preventer 12:3:6 with 
Betasan 


831156C 


Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G3Z1 


CIL Golfgreen 
Crabgrass Preventer 
20:3:4 Plus Bensulide 


831157C 


Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G3Z1 


CIL Landscape 
Crabgrass Preventer 
10:6:4 Plus Bensulide 


831158C 


Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G3Z1 


CIL Landscaper Insect 
Control 10:6:4 Plus 
Chlorpyrifos 


831227C 


So-Green Inc., 2600 
John St., Unionville, 
Ontario UR 3W3 


So-Green Premium 
Lawn Pro- Weed and 
Feed 21:7:7 


831277C 


Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G3Z1 


CIL 16-4-4 Professional 
Crabgrass Preventer 


831282 


Wilson Laboratories 
Inc., 36 Head St., 
Dundas, Ontario 
L9H 3H3 


Wilson Fall Lawn Food 
Plus Multi Weeder 


831285 


Wilson Laboratories 
Inc., 36 Head St., 
Dundas, Ontario 
L9H 3H3 


Wilson Spring and 
Summer Lawn Food 
Plus Multi Weeder 


831286 


Wilson Laboratories 
Inc., 36 Head St., 
Dundas, Ontario 
L9H 3H3 


Wilson Crabgrass 
Preventer and Poa 
Annua Control Plus 
Lawn 


841425C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 


CIL 10-6-4 Lawn Food 
Plus Crabgrass 
Preventer 


841688C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 


CIL Golf Green Weed 
and Feed 20:3:4 


841695C 


Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G3Z1 


CIL Crabgrass Doctor 

20-3-4 


841696C 


C-I-L Inc., 90 Sheppard 
Ave. E., North York, 
Ontario M2N 6H2 


CIL Lawn Insect Doctor 
6:3:4 with 
Chlorpyrifos 



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Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


841750 


So-Green Inc., 2600 


So-Green Pro-Fertilizer 




John St., Unionville, 


and Crabgrass Control 




Ontario L3R 3W3 


10-5-10 


851825C 


Green Cross CIBA- 


Feedex Liquid Weed 'n' 




GEIGY Canada Ltd., 


Feed 




Mississauga, Ontario 

L5N2W5 




851828 


Wilson Laboratories 


Gard-Eze Liquid Weed 




Inc., 36 Head St., 


and Feed 




Dundas, Ontario 






L9H 3H3 




851830 


Wilson Laboratories 


Wilson Spring and 




Inc., 36 Head St., 


Summer Liquid Lawn 




Dundas, Ontario 


Food Plus Multi 




L9H 3H3 


Weeder 


851843 


Home Hydroculture 
Assoc. Inc., Box 3250, 
Station D, 

Willowdale, Ontario 
M2R 3G6 


Home Gardener Liquid 
Lawn Food 


860099C 


Sunfresh Ltd., 22 


No-Name Liquid Lawn 




St. Clair Avenue E., 


Food and Insect 




Toronto, Ontario 


Control 15-2-3 




M4T 2S8 





Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


870042C 


Weall & Cullen 
Nurseries Ltd., P.O. 
Box 4040, Markham, 
Ontario L3R 8G8 


Weall & Cullen Liquid 
Lawn Food and Insect 
Control 


870143C 


Green Cross CIBA- 
GEIGY Canada Ltd., 
Mississauga, Ontario 

L5N2W5 


Insectilizer 15-5-5 Lawn 
Food 


88001 IC 


Vigorolnc, 1400 The 
Queensway, Toronto, 
Ontario M8Z 1S4 


Golden Vigoro Insect 
Control & Fertilizer 
10-6-4 


880046C 


Chipman Inc., Box 9100, 
Stoney Creek, Ontario 
L8G3Z1 


C-I-L 20-5-5 Plus 
Crabgrass Preventer 
4.6% Bensulide 


880047C 


Garden Gallery Inc., 864 
Drury Lane, 
Burlington, Ontario 
L7R 2Y3 


Garden Gallery Inc. 
Lawn Food & Insect 
Control 12-6-6 + 
0.78% 


881034C 


Spray & Green 
Fertilizers Inc., 426 
Victoria Ave., St- 
Lambert, Quebec 
J4P 2H9 


Plus Green Fertilizer & 
Insecticide 15-2-2 with 
1.43%Chlorpyrifos 

TOTAL: 119 



O. Reg. 163/90, s. 8. 



Form 1 

Pesticides Act 

APPLICATION FOR AN EXTERMINATOR'S LICENCE 

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY 

I, (name) Telephone No. . 

of (home address) 

(P.O.Box, R.R. No., Apt. No., Number and Street 

Postal Code. 



Lot — 1 



City, Town, etc.) 
Concession — i r — Township — i — 



Municipality (City, Town, etc.) 



apply for an exterminator's licence: 

Structural Class l-D 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0'6-0' 

LandClass l-O 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-D 8-0 9-0 lO-O* 

WaterClass l-O 2-0 3-0' 



If (•) COMPLETE THIS SECTION - 
Specify the pesticide(s) 

use 

premises , 

or equipment 

to be used in accordance with this licence. 



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I shall be performing under Operator's Licence No in the name of . 

Telephone No at (business address) 

STRUCTURAL 

LAND 

WATER 



if applicable, state present exterminator's 
licence class and number: 



Last formal education completed at 

Grade 10, please submit working or business experience. 



if less than 



State Names and Addresses of two character references. 
NAME 



ADDRESS 



Date , 19 Signature of Applicant . 



TO BE COMPLETED IF THIS IS AN ORIGINAL APPLICATION OR A MEDICAL HAS BEEN REQUESTED BY THE 
DIRECTOR 

This is to certify that (name of applicant) has been given 

a medical examination which included a blood count, urine analysis and a check of the applicant's blood pressure and heart. 

I find the applicant physically fit to conduct exterminations: 

Date ,19.... Signature of Medical Practitioner 

Address of Medical Practitioner 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, Form 1. 
Form 2 
Pesticides Act 
APPLICATION FOR AN OPERATOR'S LICENCE 
Any individual or corporation may apply alone or together with others for an Operator's Licence. 

1. For each applicant who is an individual, complete the following: 

Name Telephone 

Address Postal Code 

Lot Concession Township 

2. For each applicant that is a corporation, complete the following: 

Corporation Name Telephone 

Address Postal Code 

Please attach a list of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all directors and officers of each corporation. 

3. The following are all the names (business or company name, as advertised) under which the applicant(s) intend to carry on business under 
the authority of the licence applied for: 

1. Name 

2. Name 

3. Name 



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4. For each official representative of the Operator, complete the following: 

1. Name Telephone .. 

Address Postal Code 

2. Name Telephone .. 

Address Postal Code 

3. Name Telephone .. 

Address Postal Code 



5. The following are the location(s) of all branch offices where the applicant(s) intend to carry on business under the authority of the licence 
applied for: 

1. Address Telephone 

Lot Concession Township 

2. Address Telephone 

Lot Concession Township 

3. Address Telephone 

Lot Concession Township 

Application is hereby made for an Operator's Licence Class: 

l-D 2-n 3-n 4-n 5-n 6-n 7-n and the above information is provided for the purpose of this application. 

If there is more than ONE applicant, the applicants carry on or intend to carry on an extermination business in partnership or in associa- 
tion, and are all the partners or associates carrying on the extermination business together. 



Date Signature of Applicant(s) 

Form 3 

Pesticides Act 
APPLICATION TO USE AN IMPORTED, UNREGISTERED PESTICIDE 



O. Reg. 70/84, s. 7. 



of 



(name) 



(address) 



qualify as an agriculturist and apply to use on my own agricultural land the following imported, unregistered pesticide: 



Product Name .... 
Active Ingredient 

Total Amount 

Concentration .... 



Rate of Application 
Formulation 



To be applied at . 



(lot) 



(concession) 



(township) 



(municipality) 



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for the control of on 

(pest) 



(date) 



of acres of . 



(number) 



(crop) 



(signature) 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, Form 3. 

Form 4 

Pesticides Act 

APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT TO USE A PESTICIDE CONTAINING METHYL BROMIDE, 
PHOSTOXIN OR CYANIDE COMPOUNDS 

1. Name of operator Licence Class Licence Number 

Address Business telephone number 

Name of exterminator Home telephone number 

Home address 

Application for a permit to use in an extermination in 

(name of pesticide) 



premises at 



(location of premises) 



on the , 19 

(date) 

2. I am the holder of Licence Number as a Structural Exterminator, Class . 

3. Particulars of the extermination are as follows: 



I 


Description of premises (indicate whether it is an attached or 
detached building, an apartment, a portion of a building, a vehicle or 
other premises) 




II 


Date on which premises were last inspected by exterminator 




III 


Date on which notice required by the Regulation is to be delivered 




IV 


Cubic feet capacity of the premises to be exterminated 




V 


Hour in which extermination to be commenced 




VI 


Amount of pesticide to be used 




VII 


Proposed time of opening premises 




VIII 


Names and addresses and brief descrip- 
tion of duties of each assistant extermina- 
tor or other person who will assist 









(date) 



(signature of exterminator) 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, Form 4. 
Forms 
Pesticides Act 
APPLICATION TO PERFORM AN EXTERMINATION FROM AN AIRBORNE MACHINE 

Land Exterminator's Licence Class 

Number 



(name of exterminator) 



(home address) 
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hereby apply for a permit to use: 

(name of pesticide) 



Home Telephone No . 



at. 



(rate) 



by means of 



(type of machine) 



on acres of 

(number) 

located at 



(crop) 



(operator's licence class and number) 



(date) 



(name of operator) 



(business address) 



(business telephone) 



per acre 



(location of area to be treated) 

Lot Concession Township County 

District or Regional Municipality 

within the time period of to 

to perform an extermination under 



(signature of applicant) 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, Form 5. 



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Form? 

Pesticides Act 
APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT TO PERFORM A WATER EXTERMINATION 
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY, Attach Map of the Treatment Area and Indicate Access Route 



. I, 

Telephone No. 



of 



(name of applicant) 
(Home) 
Home Address — P.O. Box, Apt. No., Number and Street 



(Business) 



City, Town, etc. 



Postal Code 



apply for a permit to purchase and use: 



2. Name of Pesticide 



3. Formulation 



4. Active Ingredient 



5. Concentration — Total Qty. to be used 



6. Rate 



7. Area to be treated (length, width, and average maximum depth) 



Name of Body of Water (Specify) 


Lot 


Concession 


Township 


County, District or Regional Municipality 


8. Name of Pest 


9. Date of Application 


Number of Applications 


Type of Equipment 



WHERE A STREAM OR RIVER IS TO BE TREATED FOR CONTROL OF BLACKFLY LARVAE, 


INDICATE: 


A. Streamflow 




B. Width 




Average Depth 




Speed of Current 
(Ft. per Second) 


This oermit is a renewal: 






Years of Previous 
Permit(s) 




Permit Number(s) 



n No 

n Yes 
Is water in the vicinity of the treated area used for: 
n swimming D irrigation of crops 

D drinking water D livestock watering 



n fishing 
D other .. 



(specify) 
(specify) 



Have all adjacent owners, lessees or organizations been notified and have they all agreed to the proposed treatment, realizing that their use of 
the water may be temporarily restricted? D Yes D No 



(specify) 



Type of sediment: D sand D gravel D mudorother 

Is the treatment to be undertaken by an exterminator? D Yes D No 

State: 1. Exterminator's Licence Number 

2. Company Name Licence Number 

Date , 19 Signature of Applicant 

R.R.0. 1980, Reg. 75 1 , Form 7. 

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Form 8 

Pesticides Act 

APPLICATION FOR A LIMITED WHOLESALE 

OR 

WHOLESALE VENDOR'S LICENCE OR RENEWAL 

I, Telephone (home) (bus.) . 



of (home address) 



(P.O.Box, R.R. No., Apt. No., Number and Street 



City, Town, etc.) 



(business address) 



(P.O.Box, R.R. No., Apt. No., Number and Street 



Lot 



Concession 



City, Town, etc.) 
Township — i r — Municipahty (City, Town, etc.) 



apply for a D Licence or □ Renewal of Licence No. 

(i) n Limited or Wholesale Vendor's Licence 
or 

(ii) n Wholesale Vendor's Licence 
to sell pesticides 
Under this licence the following premises are also included: 



Person Responsible 



Address of Premises 



Premises 
Telephone 



Home 
Telephone 



if a partnership or corporation, state name(s) of the Official Representative(s): 
Name Home Address 



Home Phone 



Title 



Date Signature of Applicant 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, Form 8. 

Form 9 

Pesticides Act 

APPLICATION FOR A RETAIL VENDOR'S LICENCE AND RENEWAL 

I, Telephone (home) (bus.) 

of (home address) 

(P.O. Box, R.R. No., Apt. No., Number and Street 



City, Town, etc.) 
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(business address) 



(P.O. Box, R.R. No., Apt. No., Number and Street 



1 — Lot — 1 I — Concession 



City, Town, etc.) 
Township — i i — Municipality (City, Town, etc.) 



apply for a D Vendor's Licence or D Renewal of Vendor's Licence No. . 
D Class 1 Retail 
D Class 2 Retail 
D Class 3 Retail 

to sell pesticides 

if a partnership or corporation, state name(s) of the Official Representative(s): 

Name Home Address 



Home Phone 



Title 



Date . 



Signature of Applicant 



R.R.0. 1980, Reg. 751, Form 9. 



Form 10 

Pesticides Act 
APPLICATION TO PURCHASE AND USE A PESTICIDE 



(name) 

of home telephone: . 

(home address) 

business telephone: . 



(business address) 



apply for a permit to purchase and use 



(name of pesticide) 



(formulation) 



(active ingredient) 



(concentration) 



(total quantity) 



to be applied at on 

(rate) 



(crop or area to be treated) 
for the control of on 



(name of pest) 



premises 



located at 



(mailing address) 
.. township 



lot concession 

county, district or regional municipality 

during the time period to 

I am licensed under the Pesticides Act and regulations thereunder: 

Yes D 
No D 

If yes, I hold a: 

Land Exterminator's Licence, 



Class Number . 



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Structural Exterminator's Licence, 
Water Exterminator's Licence, 
Operator's 



Class Number . 

Class Number . 



(date) 



(signature of applicant) 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751, Form 10. 



Form 11 

Pesticides Act 

FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION 
(for reference in case of an emergency) 



(vendor's name) 

of home telephone . 

(business address) 

business telephone 



notify the 



(name of Fire Department) 



Fire Department that — 

Schedule 1 D 

Schedule 2 D 

Schedule 3 D 

Schedule 4 D 

Schedule 5 D 

Schedule 6 D 

pesticides are stored at the above premises. I am a holder of a - 



Wholesale D 
Limited Wholesale D 
Class 1 Retail D 
Class 2 Retail D 



Vendor's Licence Number . 
Vendor's Licence Number . 
Vendor's Licence Number . 
Vendor's Licence Number . 



(date) 



(signature) 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 751. Form 11. 



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Petroleum Resources Act 
Loi sur les richesses pétrolières 



REGULATION 915 
EXPLORATION, DRILLING AND PRODUCTION 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, 

"battery" means storage facilities receiving production from a well or 
wells; 

"completion date" means the date on which the total depth of a well 
is reached; 

"development well" means a well that is bored, drilled or deepened 
for the purpose of producing from or extending a pool of oil or gas 
into which another well has already been bored or drilled; 

"exploratory well" means a well that is bored, drilled or deepened 
for the purpose of discovering a pool of oil or gas; 

"pooled spacing unit" means a spacing unit in which all the various 
interests have been pooled; 

"pooling" means the joining or combining of all the various interests 
within a spacing unit for the purpose of drilling and subsequent 
producing of a well; 

"target area" means the area within a spacing unit that is allocated 
for drilling a well; 

"tract", 

(a) in the case of a standard 200 acre lot, means a unit of area 
obtained by the division of the lot into eight equal rectangu- 
lar areas each being twenty-five acres more or less and each 
tract within the lot shall be described by number in the 
manner set forth in Schedule 3, 

(b) in the case of a standard 100 acre lot, means a unit of area 
obtained by division of the lot into four equal rectangular 
areas each being twenty-five acres more or less and each 
tract within the lot shall be described by number in the 
manner set forth in Schedule 3, and 

(c) in the case where the lot is not a standard 200 acre or 100 
acre lot, means a unit of area obtained by the division of the 
lot into such equal rectangular areas, as may be approved 
by the Minister; 

"waste", in addition to its meaning as ordinarily understood in the 
oil and gas industry, includes, 

(a) the inefficient, excessive or improper use or dissipation of 
reservoir energy, 

(b) the locating, spacing, drilling, equipping, operating or pro- 
ducing of any well or wells in a manner that causes or might 
cause a reduction in the quantity of oil or gas ultimately and 
economically recoverable from any pool, 

(c) the inefficient storing of oil or gas, whether on the surface 
or underground, and 

(d) the locating, spacing, drilling, equipping, operating or pro- 
ducing of any well or wells in a manner that causes or might 



cause unnecessary or excessive surface loss or destruction of 
oil or gas; 

"water-covered area" means any area covered by flowing or standing 
water. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 1. 

Licensing 

2. — (1) A licence to conduct geophysical or geochemical explora- 
tion for oil or gas shall be in Form 101 and the fee therefor is $20. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 2 (1); O. Reg. 35/82, s. 1. 

(2) A licence to conduct geophysical or geochemical exploration 
for oil or gas shall be applied for by and issued to the person on 
whose behalf the exploration is being conducted. 

(3) A licence in Form 101 expires with the 31st day of December 
of the year for which it is issued and is not transferable. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 752, s. 2 (2,3). 

3.— (1) A licence to lease oil or gas rights from an owner other 
than the Crown shall be in Form 102 and the fee therefor is $20. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 3 (1); O. Reg. 35/82, s. 2. 

(2) A licence in Form 102 expires with the 31st day of December 
of the year for which it was issued and is not transferable. 

(3) A licence in Form 102 is issued subject to the condition that 
where the licensee leases oil or gas rights on behalf of another, the 
person on whose behalf the licensee is leasing is also the holder of a 
licence in Form 102. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 3 (2, 3). 

4. — (1) A licence for a machine for boring, drilling, deepening or 
plugging wells shall be in Form 103 and the fee therefor is $20. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 4 (1); O. Reg. .35/82, s. 3. 

(2) A licence in Form 103 expires with the 31st day of December 
of the year for which it is issued. 

(3) Where a transfer in ownership of a machine is effected, the 
Minister shall be notified within thirty days of such transfer. 

(4) A licence in Form 103 shall be kept at the machine and be 
available for inspection. 

(5) The owner of a machine shall comply with the drilling safety 
code in Schedule 1. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 4 (3-5). 

5.— (1) A licence to produce oil or gas for sale shall be in Form 
104 and the fee therefor is $20. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 5 (1); 
O. Reg. 35/82, s. 4. 

(2) A licence in Form 104 expires with the 31st day of December 
of the year for which it is issued and is not transferable. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 752, s. 5 (2). 

6. A licence under section 2, 3, 4 or 5 is is,sued on the condition 
that the holder thereof complies with the Act, the regulations and 
any order of the Board. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 6. 

Identification of Wells and Batteries 

7. The operator of every well or battery shall mark it with a 
prominent sign located in a conspicuous place showing the name of 
the operator and the name of the well or battery and shall maintain 



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such sign until the well is plugged or the battery dismantled. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 7. 

8. The length of a well name shall not exceed thirty-three charac- 
ters and spaces, and such name shall not be changed without 
approval by the Minister. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 8. 

Restricted Driixing Areas 

9. No person shall bore or drill an exploratory or development 
well, 

(a) within 150 feet of any high vohage power line, road allow- 
ance, railway, transmission pipeline or other utility right of 
way; 

(b) within 250 feet of any dwelling, commercial or industrial 
building, school, church or place of public assembly; 

(c) on land, within 350 feet of the shoreline; or 

(d) in water-covered areas, within one-half mile of the shore- 
line or within one-half mile of the International Boundary, 

except where special circumstances exist that in the opinion of the 
Minister justify the drilling of a well within a lesser distance of any of 
the above-mentioned limits and a permit to do so has been granted. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 9. 

SPACING 

Exploratory Wells 

10.— (1) Where an exploratory well is bored or drilled into and 
not below a formation of Devonian age, the well shall be on a pooled 
spacing unit of not less than 6'/4 acres and shall be located not closer 
than 200 feet to any boundary of the pooled spacing unit. 

(2) Where an exploratory well is bored or drilled into and not 
below a formation of Silurian age, the well shall be on a pooled spac- 
ing unit of not less than twenty-five acres and shall be located not 
closer than 350 feet to any boundary of the pooled spacing unit. 

(3) Where an exploratory well is bored or drilled into or below a 
formation of Ordovician age, the well shall be on a pooled spacing 
unit of not less than fifty acres and shall be located not closer than 
350 feet to any boundary of either tract within the pooled spacing 
unit. 

(4) An exploratory well shall be bored or drilled in the target 
area of a tract or quarter tract but the Minister may approve a devia- 
tion from the target area of a tract or quarter tract where conditions 
require such deviation. 

(5) The Minister may issue a permit to bore, drill or deepen an 
exploratory well that does not comply with this section subject to the 
condition that there is no production from the well until a pooled 
spacing unit that complies with this section has been established. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 10. 

11. Where an exploratory well is bored or drilled in a water- 
covered area, the well shall be located not closer than 1320 feet to 
the boundary of the area described in the licence of occupation. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 11. 

12.— (1) Where an operator discovers a pool on land capable of 
producing oil or gas, any person having oil or gas rights in respect of 
the pool may apply to the Minister for the establishment of spacing 
units and where no other person has applied within ninety days of the 
discovery, the person who discovered the pool shall apply, unless 
otherwise instructed by the Minister. 

(2) An application shall be accompanied by a plan of the lands 
comprising the probable area of the pool, certified by an Ontario 



land surveyor or professional engineer qualified to practise in 
Ontario or other person acceptable to the Minister, showing, 

(a) the location of the well in relation to the boundaries of the 
lands, roadways and topographical features of the area; 

(b) the names of all persons having oil and gas rights in respect 
of the pool; and 

(c) a description of the interests of such persons. 

(3) The applicant shall serve a true copy of the application and 
plan upon the persons mentioned in clause (2) (b) within five days 
after making the application. 

(4) Except where the Minister has otherwise instructed, no per- 
son shall bore or drill a development well into a pool referred to in 
subsection (1) until the application has been made and disposed of. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 12. 

13. Where an operator discovers a pool in a water-covered area 
capable of producing gas, the Minister may require the establishment 
of spacing units. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 13. 

DEVELpPMENT WELLS 

14.— (1) This section applies only where a development well is 
bored or drilled into a pool in respect of which a regulation establish- 
ing spacing units has not been made. 

(2) Where a development well is bored or drilled into and not 
below a formation of Devonian age, the well shall be on a pooled 
spacing unit of not less than (t'A acres and shall be located not closer 
than 200 feet to any boundary of the pooled spacing unit. 

(3) Where a development well is bored or drilled into or below a 
formation of Silurian age, the well shall be on a pooled spacing unit 
of not less than twenty-five acres and shall be located not closer than 
350 feet to any boundary of the pooled spacing unit. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 752, s. 14. 

Other Wells 

15. The location of a well shall be subject to approval by the Min- 
ister, where the well is not classified as an exploratory well or a 
development well and is drilled, 

(a) for the storage of hydrocarbons; 

(b) for the secondary recovery of oil; 

(c) for the production of brine; 

(d) for the testing of subsurface structures; 

(e) for the injection of fluid; 

(f) for the disposal of mineral waters; or 

(g) for observation. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 15. 

Bonding 

16.— (1) Subject to subsection (3), a permit to bore, drill or 
deepen a well shall not be issued to a lessee unless the applicant has 
deposited in respect of the well with the Treasurer of Ontario, 

(a) cash, or bonds of the Province of Ontario or Ontario 
Hydro; or 

(b) an irrevocable letter of credit issued and guaranteed by a 
branch of a Canadian bank situate in the City of Toronto in 
The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto requiring the 
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Treasurer of Ontario drawn by the Deputy Minister of Nat- 
ural Resources on the branch, 

in the amount of $500, or where the well is in a water-covered area 
$20,000, as security for the completion of the works in accordance 
with the Act, the regulations and any order of the Board. 

(2) The lessee shall deposit with the Minister such further secu- 
rity as the Minister may require in order to maintain the market 
value of the security deposited under clause (1) (a) at not less than 
the amount of security required to be deposited under subsection 
(1). 

(3) The total amount deposited by a person under subsection (1) 
shall not exceed $5,000 in respect of wells on land or $200,000 in 
respect of wells in water-covered areas. 

(4) The Treasurer of Ontario shall return the security deposited 
in respect of a well, 

(a) if the amount returned does not reduce the total security 
deposited by the person in respect of other wells to less than 
the amount determined under subsections (1), (2) and (3); 
and 

(b) the Minister certifies that the well is plugged in accordance 
with the Act, the regulations and any order of the Board; or 

(c) the well is sold by the lessee to the owner of the land on 
which the well is situate. 

(5) Where the Minister takes possession of a well under section 
38 or 42, there is forfeited and shall be paid to the Treasurer of 
Ontario such sum as the Minister determines, not exceeding $500 
where the well is on land or $20,000 where the well is in a water- 
covered area, out of the total security deposited by the operator. 

(6) Where there has been a forfeiture under subsection (5), every 
permit to bore, drill or deepen a well and every licence to produce oil 
or gas held by the person who deposited the security forfeited or can- 
celled is suspended until the total amount of the security required by 
subsections (1), (2) and (3) is restored. 

(7) The Treasurer of Ontario may sell any bonds deposited and 
forfeited under this section at the current market price. 

(8) Where the owner of the land on which a well drilled after the 
30th day of August, 1962 is situate, sells the well or leases the oil or 
gas rights, the purchaser or lessee shall deposit in respect of the well, 
security in the amount prescribed by this section. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 752, s. 16. 

Drilling and Completion 

17.— (1) An application for a permit to bore, drill or deepen a 
well shall be made in duplicate in Form 105. 

(2) Where the application is in respect of a well on land it shall be 
accompanied by a scaled plan certified by an Ontario land surveyor 
or other person acceptable to the Minister showing, 

(a) exact co-ordinates of the well from two intersecting sides of 
the lot; 

(b) the elevation above sea level of the well site including the 
datum from which it is derived; 

(c) where the tract and spacing unit are within a township lot, 
the position of the tract and spacing unit within the lot; and 

(d) such further information as the Minister may require. 

(3) The holder of the permit shall forthwith notify the inspector 
in writing of any change in the information supplied on Form 105 or 
the accompanying scaled plan and shall not commence drilling unless 



the inspector approves such changes, 
s. 17 (1-3). 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, 



(4) A permit to bore, drill or deepen a well shall be in Form 106 
and the fee therefor is $25 and the permit is not transferable. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 17 (4); O. Reg. 35/82, s. 5. 

18.— (1) The operator shall notify the inspector before commenc- 
ing drilling, boring or deepening operations and such notice shall be 
given in the forty-eight hour period preceding commencement. 

(2) When a well is in the process of being bored, drilled, deep- 
ened, worked over or plugged, every operator shall keep at the well 
or at their field office, provided it is within reasonable distance of the 
well, a daily record of the operations. 

(3) The daily record shall set out complete information on all 
operations carried on during the day and, without restricting the gen- 
erality of the foregoing, shall include, 

(a) the depth at the beginning of the day or shift; 

(b) the depth at the end of the day or shift; 

(c) the diameter of the hole; 

(d) any change in casing; 

(e) if casing is set, all information regarding the setting includ- 
ing size, type, grade and weight of casing, whether the cas- 
ing is new or used, and the depth at which it is set; 

(f) particulars of cementing; 

(g) the depth at which any showing, however small, of oil, gas 
or water is encountered, and the flows, pressures and levels 
thereof; and 

(h) a report of each log, survey, formation test, deviation test 
or other test taken or made. 

(4) Any suspension of operations shall be noted on the daily 
record. 

(5) The record kept shall note and describe, in addition to drilling 
operations, all other operations carried on, including fishing, shoot- 
ing, perforating, acidizing, fracturing, surveying and plugging. 

(6) The record required by this section shall be available to an 
inspector at all reasonable times. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 18. 

19. Before commencing to bore, drill or deepen a well, a proper 
and adequate slush pit or pits shall be constructed for the reception 
of all drill cuttings and fluids from the well. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
752, s. 19. 

20. The operator shall ensure that all casing, tubing and equip- 
ment used in the drilling of a well is in good condition and adequate 
for the depths to be drilled and the pressures that may be 
encountered. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 20. 

21. The operator of a well shall plan and effect a casing and 
cementing program for the well to protect all fresh water horizons 
and all potential oil-bearing or gas-bearing horizons penetrated dur- 
ing drilling operations and to prevent the migration of oil, gas or 
water from one horizon to another. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 21. 

22. — ( I ) The operator of a well shall ensure that all fluid produced 
or recovered from a well during drilling operations is disposed of in a 
manner that will not interfere with the rights of any person. 

(2) The operator of a well shall ensure that salt water, drilling 
fluid, oil, refuse and any flammable products from a well are not 
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(a) create or constitute a hazard to public health or safety; 

(b) run into or contaminate any fresh water horizon or body of 
water or remain in a place from which it might contaminate 
any fresh water or body of water; or 

(c) run over or damage any land, road, building or structure. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752,s. 22. 

23.— (1) The operator of a well shall take every precaution to 
ensure that the well does not flow uncontrolled. 

(2) The operator shall report to the Ministry immediately any 
well flowing uncontrolled. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 23. 

24. The operator of a producing well shall ensure that, 

(a) strings of casing intermediate between the producing casing 
and the surface casing are not recovered unless all horizons 
containing oil, gas or mineral water are cemented off or 
otherwise separated to the satisfaction of the inspector; and 

(b) the surface casing is not recovered. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
752, s. 24. 

25. At the end of every drilling or plugging operation or as soon 
as weather and ground conditions permit, the operator shall, 

(a) clear the area around the well of all refuse material; 

(b) burn or remove waste oil; 

(c) drain and fill in excavations; 

(d) where the pits contain salt or other chemicals which may 
inhibit plant growth, clean out such pits before filling; 

(e) remove concrete bases, machinery and materials; and 

(f) level the surface to leave the site as nearly as is reasonably 
possible in the condition in which it was when drilling oper- 
ations were commenced. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 25. 

Well Blowout Prevention 

26.— (1) The operator of a well being bored, drilled, deepened, 
tested, completed, stimulated or worked over shall provide and 
maintain casing and blowout prevention equipment in such condition 
that any oil, gas or water encountered can be effectively controlled. 

(2) The operator shall ensure that blowout prevention equipment 
is adequate, having regard to the depth to be drilled, the expected 
pressure and the necessity in case of blowout of obtaining a shutoff of 
the open hole or around any equipment being employed in the well. 

(3) The blowout prevention equipment shall include two steel 
lines, separately connected to the blowout preventer assembly, one 
for bleeding off pressures and one for killing the well, and shall be, 

(a) located below at least one set of blowout preventers; 

(b) of a diameter of at least two inches; and 

(c) of components and material having a working pressure 
equal to that of the blowout preventers. 

(4) The operator shall locate all manual controls for mechanically 
operated blowout preventers at least two feet outside the substruc- 
ture and when such blowout preventers are used at a well that is 
being tested, completed or worked over, the controls shall be at least 
ten feet from the well. 

(5) While a well is being drilled, the operator shall test blowout 
prevention equipment daily and record the results of such tests in the 
daily record. 



(6) An inspector who considers that the casing or blowout pre- 
vention equipment at a well is not adequate, may tag the well. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 26. 

Water-Covered Areas 

27.— (1) In this section, "well" means a well in a water-covered 



(2) An applicant for a permit to bore, drill or deepen a well shall 
furnish proof to the satisfaction of the Minister that he, she or it has 
subsisting liability insurance of at least $1,000,000 that provides com- 
pensation for all damage caused by the drilling operations, or caused 
by any vessel, craft or barge used to transport people or materials to 
the site of the production operations. 

(3) An applicant for a licence to produce oil or gas from a well 
shall furnish proof to the satisfaction of the Minister that he, she or it 
has subsisting liability insurance of at least $1,000,000 that provides 
compensation for all damage caused by the production operations, or 
caused by any vessel, craft or barge used to transport people or mate- 
rials to the site of the production operations. 

(4) A licence for a machine for boring, drilling, deepening or 
plugging a well is issued on the condition that the machine is not used 
to bore, drill, deepen or plug a well unless the licensee furnishes 
proof to the satisfaction of the Minister that he, she or it has subsist- 
ing liability insurance of at least $1,000,000 that provides compensa- 
tion for all damage caused by the machine, or by any vessel, craft or 
barge used to transport people or materials to the machine. 

(5) Before applying for a permit to bore, drill or deepen a well, 
the operator shall submit, in duplicate, to the Minister, plans and 
specifications of the proposed wellhead assembly. 

(6) The well location shall be verified by survey, with the drilling 
rig on location and a copy of this survey shall accompany Form 107. 

(7) An operator who has encountered oil in a well or who is bor- 
ing, drilling or deepening a well in an area where oil may reasonably 
be expected to be encountered shall, in addition to the requirements 
of the other provisions of this Regulation, provide in operating con- 
dition oil-saving equipment, discharge equipment and emergency oil 
storage. 

(8) The operator of a well shall ensure that the production casing 
is cemented to surface before production commences. 

(9) The operator of a producing well shall ensure that, 

(a) the wellhead is encased below the bed of the body of water; 
or 

(b) the over-all height of the wellhead assembly above the bed 
of the body of water is kept to a minimum and in any event 
does not exceed five feet. 

(10) Where the area in which the well is located is designated by 
the Minister as a primary trawling area, the wellhead shall be fitted 
with a trawl deflector of a design approved by the Minister. 

(11) Where the area in which the well is located is designated by 
the Minister for other types of commercial fishing, the wellhead shall 
be fitted with a protective device of a design approved by the Minis- 
ter. 

(12) At the end of every drilling or plugging operation, the oper- 
ator of the well shall ensure that any platform, piling, anchor-post or 
other obstruction is removed as soon as is reasonably possible, and in 
any case within thirty days, but a permanent platform of a design 
approved by the Minister may be installed for the production of oil 
or gas. 

(13) The operator shall mark each wellhead with a buoy marker 
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(14) Each marker shall be identified as to company name and 
well name. 

(15) No persons shall remove or damage a marker erected under 
subsection (13), other than the operator who is required to maintain 
the marker. 

(16) When a well is plugged, the operator shall cut off any casing 
left in the well at or below the bed of the body of water. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 752, s. 27(1-16). 

(17) Detailed plans and cost estimates for all pipe line construc- 
tion in a water-covered area shall be submitted to the Minister in 
duplicate and shall be approved by the Minister before commencing 
such construction. O. Reg. 35/82, s. 6. 

Deviation and Directional Surveys 

28.— (1) In the case of a rotary drilled well, the operator of a well 
shall, where so directed by the Minister, make or cause to be made, 
deviation tests during drilling at intervals not exceeding 500 feet from 
the top to the bottom of the well, for the purpose of ascertaining 
deviation from the vertical, and when the Minister so requires shall 
make, or cause to be made, a directional survey of the well. 

(2) Where the operator of a well fails to make a deviation test or 
survey required by subsection (I), the Minister may, until the test or 
survey is made, order that, 

(a) no further drilling be conducted at the well; or 

(b) where the well has been placed on production, no further 
production be taken. 

(3) Immediately upon making a directional survey of a rotary 
drilled well, the operator shall make a report in writing to the Minis- 
ter setting out the manner in which the survey was made and the 
results thereof. 

(4) The Minister may order the operator of a well to make such 
further tests or surveys as the Minister deems necessary, and may 
give directions as to the manner in which such tests or surveys shall 
be made. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 28. 

Production 

29. Before production from a well commences, the operator shall 
arrange the surface equipment so as to permit, 

(a) the measurement of the tubing and casing pressure; 

(b) the measurement of the open flow; and 

(c) the sampling of oil, gas and water. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
752, s. 29. 

30.— (1) The operator of a producing oil or gas well shall keep at 
an office within Ontario, in a form satisfactory to the Minister, com- 
plete and accurate records of the well showing, 

(a) the quantities of oil, gas and water produced; 

(b) the average separator pressure if a separator is in use; 

(c) full particulars of the disposition of all products of the well; 
and 

(d) where the product is sold, the name of the purchaser and 
amount realized from the sale, 

but, where group production has been approved by the Minister, 
such records shall be kept for the group of wells and all records shall 
be available for examination at all reasonable times by the Minister 
or his or her representative. 



(2) An operator referred to in subsection (1) may be required to 
file with the Minister copies of any or all records required under the 
subsection. 

(3) The operator of a producing oil or gas well shall measure the 
production of oil, gas and water from the well in accordance with 
standard field practices, but the Minister may permit the operator to 
commingle such production with production from another well or 
wells prior to measurement. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 30. 

31. The operator of a well shall use every possible precaution to 
prevent waste of oil or gas in production operations and in storing or 
piping oil or gas, and shall not use oil or gas wastefully or allow it to 
leak or escape from natural reservoirs, wells, tanks, containers or 
pipes. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 31. 

32.— (1) The operator of a well shall ensure that all water pro- 
duced from a well is disposed of in a manner that will not interfere 
with the rights of any person. 

(2) The operator of a well shall ensure that salt water, oil, refuse 
and any flammable products from a well, tank or other production 
installation are not handled or disposed of so as to, 

(a) create or constitute a hazard to public health or safety; 

(b) run into or contaminate any fresh water horizon or body of 
water or remain in a place from which it might contaminate 
any fresh water or body of water; or 

(c) run over or damage any land, road, building or structure. 

(3) The operator of a well shall ensure that all rubbish, debris and 
oily refuse from a well or tank or resulting from any operation at a 
well is, 

(a) removed immediately at least 150 feet from buildings, 
tanks, wells, pump stations or other sources of ignitable 
vapours; and 

(b) immediately thereafter burned or disposed of in such other 
manner that no fire hazard is created and no fresh water is 
polluted. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 32. 

33. Where a brine-storage tank is installed at a well site or battery 
site, it shall be above ground level, and be provided with a dike hav- 
ing a volume capacity 25 per cent greater than the capacity of the 
tank. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 33. 

34. The operator of a well shall ensure that, 

(a) oil is not stored in open excavations or open containers, or 
otherwise stored so as to create a hazard; 

(b) oil tanks or batteries of tanks are surrounded by a dike, 
having a volume capacity 25 per cent greater than the 
capacity of the tanks or batteries and kept free of high 
grass, weeds and combustible material; 

(c) all wellheads, gathering lines, battery equipment and ser- 
vices are designed, constructed, installed, operated and 
maintained in accordance with sound engineering practice, 
and so as to prevent hazards to surrounding property; 

(d) oil storage tanks are located at least fifty feet from any high 
voltage power line, road allowance, railway, transmission 
pipe line or other utility right of way and at least 250 feet 
from any dwelling, commercial or industrial building, 
school, church or place of public assembly; 

(e) any significant volume of gas vented to the atmosphere dur- 
ing production is flared; 

(f) all flare pits and ends of flare lines are so constructed and 
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trees and are located at least seventy-five feet from any high 
voltage power line, road allowance, railway, transmission 
pipe line or other utility right of way and at least 150 feet 
from any dwelling, commercial or industrial building, 
school, church or place of public assembly; and 

(g) except with the consent of the landowner, all flow lines and 
gathering lines located outside well sites and battery sites 
are buried below plough depth. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, 
s. 34. 

35. The operator of a well shall ensure that, 

(a) all fires used by him, her or it for any purpose are safe- 
guarded by sufficient mechanical or other means so as to 
create no hazard to surrounding property; 

(b) no open-element electric heater or flame-type stove heater, 
treater or other flame-type equipment is placed or remains 
within fifty feet of a well, separator, storage tank or any 
unprotected source of ignitable vapour; 

(c) no treater is placed or remains within fifty feet or any type 
of direct-fired heater; 

(d) no treater is placed or remains within ten feet of any other 
treater or indirect-fired heater; 

(e) no separator is located within the dike surrounding a stor- 
age tank installation; 

(f) no flare pit or open end of a flare line is located or remains 
nearer to a treater than fifty feet or nearer to a well or any 
unprotected source of ignitable vapour than 100 feet; 

(g) all vessels and equipment from which ignitable vapours may 
issue are safely vented to the atmosphere; 

(h) no person enters any tank or other container used for the 
storage of oil or any product of oil unless all fumes have 
been removed or the person is wearing a mask and is 
attended by two other persons; 

(i) all electric motors within twenty-five feet of a well or any 
unprotected source of ignitable vapour are so constructed 
or enclosed as to be gas-tight and spark-proof; 

(j) the exhaust pipes of internal combustion engines located 
within fifty feet of a well or any unprotected source of ignit- 
able vapour are either insulated or sufficiently cooled to 
prevent ignition of flammable material; 

(k) the exhaust pipes of internal combustion engines located 
within twenty-five feet of a well are equipped with a spark 
arrester and are either insulated or sufficiently cooled to 
prevent ignition of flammable material; and 

(1) explosives are stored not less than 500 feet from any place 
where production is being carried on. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
752, s. 35. 

Well Tests 

36.— (1 ) This section does not apply to gas storage wells. 

(2) The operator of an oil producing well shall give an inspector 
reasonable notice of any downhole test or gas-oil ratio test to be 
taken at the well, and each test may be witnessed or observed by an 
inspector or other representative of the Ministry. 

(3) The operator of a gas producing well shall give an inspector 
reasonable notice of any downhole test or back-pressure test to be 
taken at the well, and each test may be witnessed or observed by an 
inspector or other representative of the Ministry. 



(4) Shut-in pressures on each gas producing well shall, 

(a) where the well is on land, unless exempted by the Minister, 
be taken by the operator annually and be reported to the 
Minister on Form 109; or 

(b) where the well is in a water-covered area and where the 
Minister so requires, be taken by the operator annually and 
be reported to the Minister on Form 109; and 

(c) be taken with a dead-weight gauge or other equipment 
approved by the Minister, after the shut-in time required to 
reach stabilization or twenty-four hours, whichever is the 
lesser. 

(5) The operator of a gas producing well shall, where the Minis- 
ter so requires, determine the open-flow potential of the well and 
report to the Minister. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 36. 

Disposal 

37.— (1) No person shall dispose of mineral water in an under- 
ground formation without the approval of the Minister. 

(2) Wells for the disposal of mineral water shall be cased and 
cemented in such a manner as to prevent the mineral water from 
entering any formation not approved for the purpose under subsec- 
tion (1). R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 37. 

Plugging and Correction 

38.— (1) The operator of a dry well shall plug the well in a manner 
prescribed by this Regulation forthwith after drilling operations 



(2) Where, in the opinion of the Minister, the operations in 
respect of a well, whether drilling, producing or completing, have 
been discontinued or delayed for an unreasonable period of time, he 
or she may by notice in writing sent by registered mail to the opera- 
tor or, where the name and address of the operator is not known to 
the Minister, sent to the owner of the lands on which the well is situ- 
ate, require that the well be plugged within thirty days after the 
notice is sent. 

(3) If within thirty days after the notice is sent, the well is not 
plugged or the operator fails to show cause to the satisfaction of the 
Minister for not plugging the well, the Minister may take possession 
of the well. 

(4) The Minister may, on condition that the operator post a bond 
of the type mentioned in clause 16 (1) (a) as security for the plugging 
of the well in an amount not to exceed $500 where the well is on land 
or $5,000 where the well is in a water-covered area, extend the time 
for plugging any well, or the Minister may extend the time on such 
other terms and conditions as the Minister considers advisable. 

(5) Where the Minister takes possession of a well under subsec- 
tion (3) he or she may plug the well and sell any salvage therefrom or 
may sell the well. 

(6) The Minister may recover from the operator of the well, 

(a) the expenses incurred in plugging the well, where there is 
no sale of salvage; or 

(b) the excess of the expenses over the net proceeds of the sale, 
where there is a sale. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 38. 

39. The last operator of a well shall plug or replug the well in 
accordance with this Regulation. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 39. 

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(a) ensures protection for potential oil or gas producing hori- 
zons; 

(b) prevents the migration of oil, gas or water from one horizon 
to another; 

(c) constitutes no hazards to users of the surface; and 

(d) seals off horizons from those above and below. 

(2) Without restricting the requirements of subsection (I), a well 
shall be plugged in the manner specified in Schedule 2. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 752, s. 40. 

41. No person shall commence to plug a well until the person has 
given notice to the inspector of the manner in which the plugging is 
to be carried out. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 41. 

42.— (1) Where a work is not in compliance with the Act, the reg- 
ulations or any order of the Board and if after notice thereof is given 
by registered mail to the operator or, where the name and address of 
the operator is not known to the Minister, is given to the owner of 
the lands on which the work is situate, the non-compliance is not cor- 
rected in the time specified in the notice, the Minister may take pos- 
session of the work and may, 

(a) cause such things to be done as are necessary to make the 
work conform to the Act, the regulations and any order of 
the Board; or 

(b) remove and sell the work or any part of it. 

(2) The Minister may recover from the operator of the work, 

(a) the expenses incurred in any action taken under subsection 
(1), where there is no sale; or 

(b) the excess of the expenses over the net proceeds of the sale, 
where there is a sale. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 42. 

43.— (1) No person shall be liable to the Minister for the expenses 
incurred under section 38 or 42 until notice has been given and there 
has been default in complying with the notice. 

(2) Despite subsection (1) and sections 38 and 42, where, in the 
opinion of the Minister, a well or other work is an immediate hazard 
to life or a serious threat to property, the Minister may take immedi- 
ate action to remove or reduce the hazard or threat and the operator 
of the well or other work is liable for the expenses incurred by the 
Minister therefor. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 43. 

44. The expenses incurred by the Minister in any action taken 
under subsection 38 (5) or under subsection 42 (1) where there is no 
sale or the excess of the expenses over the net proceeds where there 
is a sale are a lien and charge upon the estate or interest of the opera- 
tor in the land upon which the work or well is situate, and where the 
Minister gives notice in writing to the clerk of the municipality in 
which the land is situate, of the amount due and of the person by 
whom it is due and of the lands upon which the lien is claimed, the 
clerk shall enter the amount upon the collector's roll and the same 
shall be collected in the same way, as nearly as may be, as municipal 
taxes are collected. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 44. 

Reports 

45. The holder of a licence in Form 101 shall make a report to the 
Minister on or before the 15th day of February in each year setting 
out in respect of the previous licence year, 

(a) the exploration methods used; 

(b) the number of crew-months worked; 

(c) the number of acres or linear miles explored in each munici- 
pality; 



(d) the name of any person with whom the licensee has con- 
tracted to conduct geophysical or geochemical exploration 
for oil or gas on behalf of the licensee; and 

(e) a map of the area explored showing the locations where 
data were observed and recorded. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
752, s. 45. 

46. The holder of a licence in Form 102 or the holder's employer 
shall make a report to the Minister on or before the 15th day of Feb- 
ruary in each year, setting out in respect of the previous licence year, 
the total acreage leased in each municipality. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
752, s. 46. 

47. Every operator shall, within thirty days after the end of bor- 
ing, drilling or deepening operations, forward or deliver to the Min- 
istry at the operator's expense, 

(a) samples of drill cuttings taken throughout the depth of the 
well from each run or from intervals of not more than ten 
feet, and such samples shall be washed, dried and bagged in 
a bag provided by the Minister and accurately labelled by 
the operator with the name of the well and the depth inter- 
val; 

(b) representative core chips but from intervals of not more 
than two feet and such chips shall be washed, dried and 
bagged in a bag provided by the Minister and accurately 
labelled by the operator with the name of the well and the 
depth interval; 

(c) a complete record in duplicate in Form 107; 

(d) in the case of exploratory wells, samples of not less than 
one gallon of oil and two quarts of water recovered from 
below the lop of the Trenton formation; and 

(e) at the request of the Minister, samples of any oil, gas or 
water recovered from any well. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, 
s. 47. 

48.— (1) The operator shall supply to the Minister within thirty 
days after the end of boring, drilling or deepening operations, 

(a) a copy of all drill-stem test reports and of the pressure 
charts for each drill-stem test taken at the well; and 

(b) a list of the drill-stem tests taken at the well indicating the 
chronological sequence and depth interval of each drill- 
stem test. 

(2) During any period of testing following completion of a well or 
following working over of a well, the operator shall maintain a 
record of the production which shall be available to the Ministry. 

(3) Where an operator has completed a gas well with an esti- 
mated open flow in excess of one million cubic feet per day, the 
operator shall determine the deliverability of the well according to 
recognized standards of back-pressure testing and shall report the 
observed field data to the Minister. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 48. 

49. Where any log or survey is taken in a well, two final copies of 
the log or survey shall be supplied to the Minister by the operator 
within thirty days after the log or survey has been made. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 752, s. 49. 

50. Where a well is worked over, stimulated, plugged-back or re- 
cased, the operator shall make a report to the Minister within thirty 
days in Form 107. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 50. 

51. An operator who has caused a core analysis or any other anal- 
ysis to be made shall submit a copy thereof to the Minister within 
thirty days. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 51 . 

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the observed data to the Minister within thirty days. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 752, s. 52. 

53.— (1) Where cores are taken, the operator shall pack them in 
numbered boxes, accurately labelled showing the name of the well 
and the depth interval, and the boxes shall be protected from dam- 
age and stored by the operator. 

(2) No core shall be destroyed, except for the purpose of analy- 



(3) Where cores are no longer required by the operator for the 
purpose of analysis, the Minister may instruct the operator to for- 
ward them to the Ministry at the operator's expense. 

(4) No person shall remove a core from Ontario without the writ- 
ten approval of the Minister. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 53. 

54. The operator of a well shall, upon the request of the Minister, 
determine the measurement of oil, gas and water produced by the 
well and report the determination to the Minister. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 752, s. 54. 

55.— (1) Every producer of oil for sale shall, on or before the 15th 
day of February in each year, make a report in triplicate to the Min- 
ister in Form 108, in respect of the preceding calendar year. 

(2) Every producer of gas for sale shall, on or before the 15th day 
of February in each year, make a report in triplicate to the Minister 
in Form 109, in respect of the preceding calendar year. 

(3) Every producer of oil or gas shall maintain a map or maps of 
the producer's production and collection systems and such map or 
maps shall be available for examination at all reasonable times by the 
Minister or his or her representative. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 55. 

56.— (1) Every operator of an injection well used to repressure, 
maintain pressure in or flood any oil or gas horizon shall keep at the 
well, or at their field office, a record in a form satisfactory to the 
Minister showing, 

(a) the total volume of fluid or other substance injected into 
the well; 

(b) the source from which the fluid or other substance was 
obtained; 

(c) the average daily injection rate; 

(d) the average injection pressure; and 

(e) particulars of any treatment to which the fluid or other sub- 
stance has been subjected. 

(2) An annual summary of the data required in subsection (1) 
shall be forwarded to the Minister on or before the 15th day of Feb- 
ruary in each year in respect of the preceding calendar year. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 56. 

57.— (1) Every operator of a well for the disposal of mineral water 
shall keep at the well, or at their field office, a record in a form satis- 
factory to the Minister showing, 

(a) the total volume of fluid injected into the well; 

(b) the source from which the fluid was obtained; 

(c) the average daily injection rate; and 

(d) the average injection pressure. 

(2) An annual summary of the data required in subsection (1) 
shall be forwarded to the Minister on or before the 15th day of Feb- 
ruary in each year in respect of the preceding calendar year. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 57. 



58. Where a well is plugged, the operator or person who plugs the 
well shall make a report to the Minister within thirty days in Form 
1 10. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 58. 

Release of Information 

59.— (1) Except where the operator consents in writing to release 
at an earlier date, information obtained from an operator and 
recorded with the Ministry shall not be released except in accordance 
with the provisions of subsections (2), (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7). 

(2) The following information shall not be released: 

1. All operators' pool studies and reserve estimates, unless 
filed at a public hearing or inquiry. 

2. Crown Reserve estimates. 

3. All information submitted to the Ministry not required by 
regulation, obtained at extra expense to the operator and 
requested to be held confidential. 

(3) Where a well is classified by the Ministry as an exploratory 
well, the following information respecting it shall be held confiden- 
tial for one year from its completion date: 

1. Connate water determinations and other liquid saturation 
measurements. 

2. Drill-stem test data. 

3. Core analyses. 

4. Oil, gas and water, and pressure-volume-temperature anal- 
yses. 

5. Static top hole or bottom hole pressure data. 

6. Flowing and other special bottom hole pressure data gath- 
ered by the Ministry. 

7. Back pressure test data. 

8. Perforations, well treatments, cored intervals and abandon- 
ment details. 

9. Logs, except those logs which in the opinion of the Minis- 
ter, are obtained solely for geophysical purposes. 

10. Geological markers. 

11. Drill cutting samples and core and information from drill 
cutting samples and core preserved by the Ministry. 

(4) Where a well is classified by the Ministry as a development 
well, the following information respecting it shall be held confiden- 
tial for at least thirty days after the completion date of the well and in 
any event not be released prior to the release of information respect- 
ing the discovery well: 

1. Connate water determinations and other liquid saturation 
measurements. 

2. Drill-stem test data. 

3. Core analyses. 

4. Oil, gas and water and pressure-volume temperature analy- 



5. Static top hole or bottom hole pressure data. 

6. Flowing and other special bottom hole pressure data gath- 
ered by the Ministry. 



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7. Back pressure test data. 

8. Perforations, well treatments, cored intervals and abandon- 
ment details. 

9. Logs, except those logs which in the opinion of the Minis- 
ter, are obtained solely for geophysical purposes. 

10. Geological markers. 

11. Drill cutting samples and core and information from drill 
cutting samples and core preserved by the Ministry. 

(5) The following information shall be held confidential for one 
year after the date of receipt by the Ministry: 

1 . Daily production rates. 

2. Secondary recovery data for individual wells or systems. 

3. Annual geophysical and geochemical reports as required by 
section 45. 

4. Annual leasing reports as required by section 46. 

(6) The following information shall not be held confidential: 

1 . Applications and submissions presented at a public hearing. 

2. Monthly and annual production data. 

3. Mineral water disposal data for individual wells or systems. 

4. Storage data for gas or liquified petroleum gases. 

(7) Logs that, in the opinion of the Minister, are obtained solely 
for geophysical purposes shall be held confidential for twenty-four 
months after the date of logging. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 59. 

Report of Accident 

60. The operator shall report to an inspector immediately and 
shall report further by letter, any fire or explosion or any accident 
causing personal injury requiring medical treatment that occurs at a 
drilling rig, oil or gas well, production line, field battery installation, 
field storage tank or other work owned, operated or controlled by 
the operator. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 60. 

Offences 

61. A tag attached to a work under section 7 of the Act shall be in 
Form 111. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 61. 

62.— (1) A person who is required under this Regulation to file a 
record, return or report and fails to do so shall, upon the written 
demand of the Minister, file the record, return or report within such 
reasonable time as the Minister stipulates. 

(2) A demand under subsection (1) shall be deemed to be made if 
mailed by registered mail addressed to the last known address of the 
person upon whom it is being made. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, s. 62. 

Schedule 1 

DRILLING SAFETY CODE 

1. Every owner of a machine for boring, drilling, deepening or 
plugging wells shall take all necessary measures to enforce this 
Schedule and to ensure that it is observed by every employee under 
their control. 

2. Every employee of the owner shall take all measures to carry 
out his or her duties in accordance with such rules as are applicable 
to the work in which the employee is engaged. 



3. No machine, tool or other equipment shall be used if it is 
unsafe, or not so constructed or operated that it is reasonably safe for 
persons employed on or around a machine for boring, drilling, deep- 
ening or plugging wells. 

4. No spudding or drilling shall be commenced until all moving 
parts of machinery used in the spudding or drilling are guarded and 
until all necessary floors, stairways and handrails are installed. 

5. Eveiy floor, walk, ladder or platform shall be constructed of 
sound material in conformance with good practice, and shall be kept 
in good repair. 

6. Every drilling floor shall have an exit on at least two sides, and 
doors on the exits shall open outwards and shall be kept unlocked 
when any person is on the drilling floor. 

7. Doghouses shall have a second exit on the side away from the 
drilling floor, which shall open outwards and be unlocked when any 
person is on the drilling floor. 

8. All platforms used in connection with rotary machines shall be 
adequately constructed and properly fastened and provided with 
safety railings at least three feet high. 

9. A safety belt shall be provided for and worn by each person 
working above the derrick floor, and shall be kept in good repair and 
shall be securely fastened to the derrick or mast. 

10. Hard hats shall be worn by all persons on or around the 
machine during erection, operation, maintenance or dismantling. 

11. Safety goggles shall be provided by the owner of the machine 
and shall be worn by persons employed on or around the machine 
engaged in mixing chemicals, welding, chipping, grinding, hammer- 
ing, dressing bits or other operation hazardous to the eyes. 

12. All tools and equipment shall be kept in good repair. 

13. The machine shall have at least two, ten-pound fire extinguish- 
ers of the sodium bicarbonate-carbon dioxide type readily available 
to the drilling floor. 

14. No person shall smoke on the drilling floor, or within fifty feet 
of a wellhead where gas may be exposed to the atmosphere. 

15. Pipe racks shall be adequately constructed and provision shall 
be made for the clearing or pinning of material on the rack to pre- 
vent lateral movement except when required. 

16. All chain drives, belt drives, pinions, gears, couplings and 
other moving parts of the machine shall be covered or fitted with 
guards, adequate to prevent injury to personnel. 

17. An owner of a machine who requires that only his, her or its 
employees, inspectors and other authorized persons may have admit- 
tance to the well site shall erect notices to that effect. 

18. The owner of the machine shall provide a medical kit at the 
machine and shall maintain an adequate stock of materials in it. 

19. Forges and light plants shall not be within fifty feet of the well, 
and in no case shall be operated when oil or gas from the well may be 
directed toward them. 

20. Flame-type or open-element heaters shall not be operated 
when oil or gas from the well may be directed toward them and in no 
case shall they be located on the rig floor. 

21. No explosives shall be stored within 500 feet of any well being 
drilled. 

22. In a water-covered area, the foregoing shall apply only to the 
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23. No welding shall be done when oil or gas may be exposed to 
the atmosphere. 

24. Light bulbs located on or above the rig floor shall have a pro- 
tective guard or cover. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Sched. 1 . 

Schedule 2 
WELL PLUGGING CODE 

1. Casing, tubing and foreign material shall be removed from the 
well sufficiently to conform to the requirements of subsection 40 (1). 

2. The plugging material shall be cement, without the addition of 
gravel or any non-drillable material, and with the addition of such 
special-purpose additives as may be required for acceleration, viscos- 
ity-reduction, etc. 

3. Cement shall be in the form of a water-base slurry, having a 
minimum weight of 14.5 pounds per U.S. gallon. 



7. The intervals between plugs shall be filled with water or drilling 
mud. 

8. Cement plugs shall be set above and below each fluid (porous) 
zone and in addition shall be set across each oil and gas zone. 

9. Cement plugs shall extend a minimum distance of twenty-five 
feet above and twenty-five feet below fluid zones. 

10. In addition to plugs required by section 8, plugs shall be set in 
the top of the Cambrian, Trenton, Queenston, Cataract, Guelph, 
Salina, Dundee and bedrock formations, and the base of the Guelph, 
and such plugs shall have a minimum thickness of twenty-Five feet. 

1 1 . — ( 1 ) The surface casing, or other casing one size smaller in lieu 
thereof, may be left in the hole. 

(2) Where the Minister considers it in the public interest, he or 
she may require that surface casing, or other casing in lieu thereof, 
be left in the hole. 



4. Bridges shall be of wood or stone or gravel, or lead where 
required, or any combination of these or a special bridging device, 
but shall not include any non-drillable material. 

5. Cement shall be deposited by displacement through tubing or 
drill pipe or dump-bailer, except that in holes where no liquid or salt 
is present and which are more than four inches in diameter, deposi- 
tion may be by gravity flow using a viscosity-reducing agent. 

6. The Inspector may require that any plug be located. 



12. Where surface casing is left in the hole, it shall be fitted with a 
welded cap, or plugged with at least ten feet of cement, and in all 
cases shall be cut off three feet below grade, except that where the 
well is in a water-covered are.a, surface casing shall be cut off at or 
below the bed of the body of water. 

13. Where surface casing is removed, the hole shall be filled com- 
pletely to surface with clay or sand or cuttings as the surface casing is 
withdrawn, except that a cement plug may be set between three feet 
and six feet from surface. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Sched. 2. 



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TARGET AREA 

FOR SILURIAN 

& BELOW 



IQW 



990' 



TARGET AREA 
FOR DEVONIAN 



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350- H.X^ 350 



25 
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25 
ACRES 



25 
ACRES 



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ACRES 



25 
ACRES 



25 
ACRES 



25 
ACRES 



Standard 200 acre lot 



Schedule 3 



KEY 

TO TRACT 
NUMB ERS 



KEY 
TO TRACT 
NUMBERS 



2 I 

3 4 

6 b 

7 e 



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^"_2^S 



25 
ACRES 



25 
ACRES 



25 
ACRES 



25 
ACRES 



STANDARD 100 ACRE LOT 

KEY 
TO TRACT 
KEY pUMBER 

TO TRACT 
NUMBER 



4 3 2 1 



1 



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Form 101 

Petroleum Resources Act 

Licence No 

LICENCE TO CONDUCT GEOPHYSICAL OR GEOCHEMICAL EXPLORATION 

FOR OIL OR GAS 

Under the Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof, this Hcence is issued to 

of 

to conduct geophysical or geochemical exploration for oil or gas. 

This licence expires with the 31st day of December, 19.... 

This licence is not transferable. 

Issued at Toronto, this day of , 19 



Supervisor 



Minister of Natural Resources 

R.R.0. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 101. 



Form 102 

Petroleum Resources Act 

Licence No 

LICENCE TO LEASE OIL OR GAS RIGHTS 
Under the Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof, this licence, is issued to 

of 

to lease oil or gas rights from owners other than the Crown. 
This licence expires with the 31st day of December, 19.... 
Issued at Toronto, this day of , 19 



Supervisor 



Minister of Natural Resources 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 102. 



Form 103 

Petroleum Resources Act 



Licence No. . 



LICENCE FOR A MACHINE FOR BORING, DRILLING, 
DEEPENING OR PLUGGING WELLS 

Under the Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof, this licence is issued to 

of 

in respect of the machine for boring, drilling, deepening or plugging wells described as follows: 



(make) 
This licence expires with the 31st day of December, 19.-... 
This licence is transferable from one person to another. 
Issued at Toronto, this day of 



(model) 



(serial number) 



,19., 



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Supervisor Minister of Natural Resources 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 103. 
Form 104 
Petroleum Resources Act 

Licence No 

LICENCE TO PRODUCE OIL OR GAS 

Under the Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof, this licence is issued to 

of 

to produce oil or gas. 

This licence expires with the 31st day of December, 19.... 

This licence is not transferable. 

This licence is issued subject to such special terms and conditions as are attached. 

Issued at Toronto, this day of , 19 



Supervisor Minister of Natural Resources 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 104. 

Form 105 

Petroleum Resources Act 

APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT TO BORE, DRILL OR DEEPEN A WELL 

To: The Minister of Natural Resources: 

The undersigned operator applies for a permit to bore, drill or deepen a well under the Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations there- 
under and submits the following information, together with the prescribed fee of $25. 

1. Well Name 

2. Name of Applicant 

Address 

3. Location of proposed well 

(county or district) (township) 

i. Land* 

Tract No Lot No Concession No 

ii. Lake 

Block No Tract No 

4. Co-ordinates— North-South East-West 

5. Ground elevation* 

6. Name of landowner 

Address 

Part of lot owned acres telephone number 

7. Name of drilling contractor 

Address 

8. Proposed starting date 

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9. Proposed depth of well Formation of total depth . 

10. Proposed casing and cementing program. 



Casing Size 


Weight 


Grade 


New or 
Used 


Estimated 
Depth 


How to be Set 











































































11. Blowout prevention equipment 



12. Typeof security— D negotiable D non-negotiable D cash D letter of credit 

13. Remarks 



The undersigned operator certifies that he, she or it has the right to bore or drill a well in the above location, and is in compliance with the Act 
and regulations. 



signature 



date 



address 



*Note: Where the application is in respect of a well on land it shall be accompanied by a scaled plan certified by an Ontario land surveyor or 
other person designated by the Minister showing, 

(a) exact co-ordinates of the well from two intersecting sides of the lot; 

(b) the elevation above sea level of the well site, including the datum from which it is derived; 

(c) where the tract and spacing unit are within a township lot, the position of the tract and spacing unit within the lot; and 

(d) such further information as the Minister may require. 

R.R.0. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 105; O. Reg. 35/82, s. 7. 



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Form 106 

Petroleum Resources Act 
PERMIT TO BORE, DRILL OR DEEPEN A WELL 

Permit No 

Under the Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof, this permit is issued to 

of 

to bore, drill or deepen a well, described as follows: 

Location: county township 

lot concession 

block tract 

or number of licence of occupation or lease 

co-ordinates: N-S E-W 

Name of well 

Depth not to exceed feet. 

This permit is issued subject to such special terms, conditions, duties and liabilities as the Minister imposes. 

This permit expires with 

This permit is not transferable. 

Issued at , this day of , 19 



Supervisor Minister of Natural Resources 

Note: The operator shall display this permit at the well site throughout the drilling operations. 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 106. 



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Form 107 

Petroleum Resources Act 

DRILLING AND COMPLETION RECORD 

To: The Minister of Natural Resources 



Class 


Field or Pool Final Status 




County 


Township : Lot Con< 


Tract 


Well Name 


Permit No. 




Operator 


Td: PBTD 


Address : 


Ground Elev. 


(above 


Land Owner 


KB/RFEIev 


Pj sea level) 


Drilling Contractor 


Cable □ Rotary Q License No 


Geologist 


Geology From Logs D Samples □ 


N-S 

- E-W 


From Lot Line 


Geological Contacts 


Top 


Elev 


Thick 


Coordinates 










Lake level 




- 








Drift /Lake bottom 










Port Lambion 










Lease or L O No 








Kettle Point 








Dale Drilling Started 

Date Drilling CompU'ted 


y. 

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Hamilton 










Marcellus 










Dundee 










Initial Gas Record 




DETROIT 
River 


Lucas 








Interval 


Natural Flow 


S.I. Pressure 


Amherst burg 
















Bois Blanc 


















Bass Islands 
















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F unit 


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E unit 


Curb. 














D unit 


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Initial Oil Record 


C unit 


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Interval 


Natural Flow 


API Gravity 


h unit 


marker 














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- - 



















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cmrb. 
































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Water Record 


mnky. 








Interval 


Lev. Fr. Surf. 


Fk>w 


Type 


A-1 unit 


carb. 
















evp 


















Guelph 
















Eramosa 
















Amabel 


Goat Island 
















Gasport 
















Rochester 








Casing and Tubing Record 






Irondequoit 








Siie 


Weight 


Set At 


How Set 






Rec 




Reynales 


















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Cataract 


Grimsby 


















Cabot Head 


















Manitoulin 


















Whiripool 








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Queenston 








Logging Co. 




Logger's T.D. 


Meaford-Dundas 








Lagged Interval 




Type 


Logged Interval 


Type 


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Trenton 


Cobourg 
















Sherman Fall 
















Kirkfield 
















Black 
River 


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Coring Record 


Gull River 








Size: 






Shadow Lake 








Cored Interval 


Rec 


Anal 


Cored Interval 


Rec 


Anal 


Cambrian 














Prccambrian 














Additional geological contacts and intervals 














to be listed on reverse side of form. 
















Final Results 


Disposition of C 






Oil 








Gas 




Completion Dau 


Pressure 




Perforated D Open Hole D 


Producing Interval(s) 


Producing Formation (s) 















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Driller's Log or Additional Geological Contacts 


Cementing Record 


Formation 


Top 


Thick. 


















































Packer Record 








Type 


Size 


Depth 






























































Record of Drillstem Test Information 








Date 




















































































Record of Production Stimulation 
and Production Tests 








Date 





























































































Plugging Record — In the case of dry holes, the plugging method is to be described on Form 110 and 
attached hereto. 



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Remarks 



Signature Address Date 

Note 1: The well name shall be that name that appears on Form 106 and shall not be changed without approval by the Minister. 

Note 2: Elevations must be determined by instrument and must be certified by an Ontario Land Surveyor or other person acceptable to the 
Minister. 

Note 3: This form is to be forwarded to the Ministry within thirty days after the end of boring, drilling, deepening, work over, stimulation, plug- 
back or re-casing. 

For Ministry Use 
Date of Shipment of Samples . 
Record of other Tests and Analyses 




Other Data and Remarks . 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 107. 



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Form 108 

Petroleum Resources Act 

ANNUAL REPORT OF PERSON PRODUCING OIL 

for year ending December 31st, 19 

Name of Producer 

Address Producing Licence No 

Notes: All wells operated are to be listed separately in paragraph 1, showing proper location, annual production and status. 

Where grouping of wells for measurement of production has been permitted, show the total for those wells listed in the group. 

Production and wells are to be summarized by fields or pools in paragraph 2. Quantities sold to or purchased from other producers are to 
be shown in paragraphs 2 and 3. 

Where space is insufficient, attach additional similar listings. 



1 . Well and Production Statistics 


Description 


Location 


Net 

Production 

(Barrels) 


Active (A) 

Suspended 

(S) 


Name of Well 


Township 


Lot 


Cone. 


Field or Pool 







































































































































































































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PETROLEUM RESOURCES 



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Font! 110 



Petroleum Resources Act 



RECORD OF THE PLUGGING OF A WELL 



To: The Minister of Natural Resources: 



WELL NAME 



Name of owner of well 



Address 



Lease number . 



Year drilled . 



Name of Landowner when drilled Land well No. . 



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Lot 



Township 



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Total depth . 



Co-ordinates: N-S .. 
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Plugging Contractor 

Plugging supervisor . 

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Well data: Thickness of drift 

Depths of all water pays: Fresh ... 
Mineral 



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Present production B.O.P.D. 



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Describe Plugging Method in Complete Detail 



Signature 
Address .. 



Date Form Completed 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 1 10. 

Form 111 

Petroleum Resources Act 
WARNING 
This work has been tagged under the provisions of the Petroleum Resources Act. 

UNAUTHORIZED USE PROHIBITED 



date Inspector 

R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 752, Form 111. 



REGULATION 916 

PROTECTION OF DESIGNATED GAS STORAGE 
AREAS 

1. No person shall complete or service, or otherwise perform 
work of any kind on, a well within 1.6 kilometres of a gas storage 
area designated by order of the Ontario Energy Board pursuant to 
the Ontario Energy Board Act if the completion, servicing or other 
work will or is likely to fracture, or create communication with, the 
gas reef situated within the designated gas storage area. O. Reg. 
666/85, s. 1. 



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Reg./Règl. 919 



Planning Act 
Loi sur l 'aménagement du territoire 



REGULATION 917 

NOTICE REQUIREMENTS-INTERIM CONTROL 
BY-LAWS 

1.— (1) Notice under subsection 38 (3) of the Act of the passing of 
an interim control by-law, or of a by-law extending the period during 
which an interim control by-law will be in effect, shall be given, 

(a) by publication in a newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, 
of sufficiently general circulation in the area to which the 
by-law applies to give the public reasonable notice of the 
council's intention; or 

(b) by personal service or prepaid first class mail, to every 
owner of land, 

(i) in the area to which the by-law applies, and 

(ii) within 120 metres of the area to which the by-law 
applies, 

as shown on the last revised assessment roll of the munici- 
pality, at the address shown on the roll, but, where the 
clerk of the municipality has received written notice of a 
change of ownership of land, notice shall be given only to 
the new owner at the address set out in the written notice. 

(2) Notice under subsection 38 (3) of the Act of the passing of an 
interim control by-law, or of a by-law extending the period during 
which an interim control by-law will be in effect, shall be given by 
personal service or prepaid first class mail, 

(a) in the case of a by-law passed by the council of a local 
municipality that forms part of a county or of a regional, 
metropolitan or district municipality, to the clerk of the 
county or regional, metropolitan or district municipality; 

(b) in the case of a by-law passed by The Regional Municipality 
of Haldimand-Norfolk, The Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury or the County of Oxford, to the clerk of the area 
municipality in which the area to which the by-law applies is 
situated; and 



REGULATION 918 

NOTICE REQUIREMENTS-OFFICIAL PLANS 
AND COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLANS 

l._(l) Notice under subsection 17 (2) of the Act of a public 
meeting for the purpose of informing the public in respect of a pro- 
posed official plan, community improvement plan or plan amend- 
ment shall be given, 

(a) by publication in a newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, 
of sufficiently general circulation in the area to which the 
proposed plan or plan amendment would apply that it 
would give the public reasonable notice of the meeting; or 

(b) by personal service or prepaid first class mail, to every 
owner of land, 

(i) in the area to which the proposed plan or plan 
amendment would apply, and 

(ii) within 120 metres of the area to which the proposed 
plan or plan amendment would apply, 

as shown on the last revised assessment roll of the munici- 
pality, at the address shown on the roll, but, where the 
clerk of the municipality or, in territory without municipal 
organization, the secretary-treasurer of the planning board, 
has received written notice of a change of ownership of 
land, notice shall be given only to the new owner at the 
address set out in the written notice. 

(2) Notice under subsection 17 (2) of the Act of a public meeting 
for the purpose of informing the public in respect of a proposed offi- 
cial plan, community improvement plan or plan amendment shall be 
given by personal service or prepaid first class mail to every person 
and agency that has given the clerk of the municipality or, in territory 
without municipal organization, the secretary-treasurer of the plan- 
ning board, a written request for such notice in respect of the pro- 
posed official plan or plan amendment. 

(3) A written request given under subsection (2) shall show the 
person's or agency's address. O. Reg. 402/83, s. 1. 



(c) to the Director of the Plans Administration Branch of the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs that has jurisdiction in the 
area to which the by-law applies. O. Reg. 405/83, s. 1 . 

2. A notice given under section 1 shall include, 

(a) a copy of the by-law and an explanation of its purpose and 
effect; 

(b) a key map showing the location of the lands to which the 
by-law applies; 

(c) a statement that the council has authority to extend the 
period during which the by-law will be in effect to a total 
period not exceeding two years; and 

(d) a statement of the right of appeal under subsection 38 (4) of 
the Act, setting out the last date for an appeal. O. Reg. 

405/83, s. 2. 



REGULATION 919 

NOTICE REQUIREMENTS-REMOVAL OF 
HOLDING SYMBOL FROM ZONING BY-LAW 

l._(l) Notice under subsection 36 (4) of the Act of an intention 
to pass an amending by-law to remove a holding symbol from a zon- 
ing by-law shall be given, 

(a) by publication in a newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, 
of sufficiently general circulation in the area to which the 
proposed amending by-law would apply to give the public 
reasonable notice of the council's intention; or 

(b) by personal service or prepaid first class mail, to every 
owner of land in the area to which the proposed amending 
by-law would apply, as shown on the last revised assessment 
roll of the municipality, at the address shown on the roll, 
but, where the clerk of the municipality has received writ- 



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Reg./Règl. 920 



ten notice of a change of ownership of land, notice shall be 
given only to the new owner at the address set out in the 
written notice. 

(2) Notice under subsection 36 (4) of the Act of an intention to 
pass an amending by-law to remove a holding symbol from a zoning 
by-law shall be given by personal service or prepaid first class mail to 
every person and agency that has given the clerk of the municipality 
a written request for such notice in respect of the holding symbol. 

(3) A written request given under subsection (2) shall show the 
person's or agency's address. O. Reg. 403/83, s. 1. 

2. A notice given under section 1 shall include, 

(a) a description of the area to which the amending by-law 
would apply; 

(b) an explanation of the effect of the removal of the holding 
symbol; and 

(c) a statement of the earliest date on which the council pro- 
poses to meet to pass the amending by-law. O. Reg. 
403/83, s. 2. 



REGULATION 920 
NOTICE REQUIREMENTS-ZONING BY-LAWS 

1.— (1) Notice under subsection 34 (12) of the Act of a public 
meeting for the purpose of informing the public in respect of a pro- 
posed zoning by-law shall be given in compliance with subsection (2), 
(3) or (4). 

(2) Notice under subsection (1) may be given, 

(a) by personal service or prepaid first class mail, to every 
owner of land, 

(i) in the area to which the proposed by-law would 
apply, and 

(ii) within 120 metres of the area to which the proposed 
by-law would apply, 

as shown on the last revised assessment roll of the munici- 
pality, at the address shown on the roll, but where the clerk 
of the municipality has received written notice of a change 
of ownership of land, notice shall be given only to the new 
owner at the address set out in the written notice; and 

(b) by posting a notice of the meeting, clearly visible and legi- 
ble from a public highway or other place to which the public 
has access, at every separately assessed property in the area 
to which the proposed by-law would apply, or, where post- 
ing on the property is impractical, at a nearby location cho- 
sen by the clerk. 

(3) Notice under subsection (1) may be given by personal service 
or prepaid first class mail to every person assessed in respect of land, 

(a) in the area to which the proposed by-law would apply; and 

(b) within 120 metres of the area to which the proposed by-law 
would apply, 

as shown on the last revised assessment roll of the municipality at the 
address shown on the roll, but, where the clerk of the municipality 
has received written notice of a change of ownership or occupancy of 
land, notice shall be given only to the new owner or occupant, as the 
case may be, at the address set out in the written notice. 

(4) Notice under subsection (1) may be given by publication in a 



newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, of suffîciently general circu- 
lation in the area to which the proposed by-law would apply to give 
the public reasonable notice of the meeting. 

(5) Notice under subsection 34 (12) of the Act of a public meet- 
ing for the purpose of informing the public in respect of a proposed 
zoning by-law shall be given by personal service or prepaid first class 
mail to every person and agency that has given the clerk of the 
municipality a written request for such notice in respect of the pro- 
posed zoning by-law. 

(6) A written request given under subsection (S) shall show the 
person's or agency's address. O. Reg. 404/83, s. 1 . 

2.— (1) Notice under subsection 34 (18) of the Act of the passing 
of a by-law shall be given in Form 1 , 

(a) by publication in a newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, 
of sufficiently general circulation in the area to which the 
by-law applies to give the public reasonable notice of the 
passing of the by-law; or 

(b) by personal service or prepaid first class mail, to every 
owner of land, 

(i) in the area to which the by-law applies, and 

(ii) within 120 metres of the area to which the by-law 
applies, 

as shown on the last revised assessment roll of the munici- 
pality, at the address shown on the roll, but where the clerk 
of the municipality has received written notice of a change 
of ownership of land, notice shall be given only to the new 
owner at the address set out in the written notice. 
O. Reg. 404/83, s. 2(1). 

(2) Notice under subsection 34 (18) of the Act of the passing of a 
by-law shall be given in Form 1, by personal service or prepaid first 
class mail, 

(a) to every person and agency that has given the clerk of the 
municipality a written request for notice of the passing of 
the by-law; 

(b) in the case of a by-law passed by the council of a local 
municipality that forms part of a county or part of a 
regional, metropolitan or district municipality, to the clerk 
of the county or regional, metropoUtan or district munici- 
pality; 

(c) in the case of a by-law passed by The Regional Municipality 
of Haldimand-Norfolk, The Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury or the County of Oxford, to the clerk of the area 
municipality in which the area to which the by-law applies is 
situated; 

(d) to the clerk of each local municipality any part of which is 
within one kilometre of the area to which the by-law 
applies; 

(e) to the secretary-treasurer of every planning board having 
jurisdiction in the area to which the by-law applies or in a 
local municipality any part of which is within one kilometre 
of the area to which the by-law applies; 

(f) to the secretary-treasurer of every conservation authority 
having jurisdiction in the area to which the by-law applies; 

(g) to the secretary of every school board having jurisdiction 
within the area to which the by-law applies; 



(h) to the secretary of every municipal or other corporat 
operating an electric utility in the municipality; 



:ion 



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Reg./Règl. 922 



(i) to the secretary of every gas company operating a gas utility 
in the municipality; 

(j) to the secretary of the Local Architectural Conservation 
Advisory Committee, if any, where the by-law applies to 
property or districts designated under Part IV or V of the 
Ontario Heritage Act or to land adjoining designated prop- 
erty or districts; 

(k) to the Director of the Plans Administration Branch of the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs having jurisdiction in the area 
which the by-law applies; 

(1; U' the manager of the district office of the Ministry of Natu- 
ral Resources having jurisdiction in the area to which the 
by-law applies; 

(m) to the Director of the regional office of the Ministry of the 
Environment having jurisdiction in the area to which the 
by-law applies; 

(n) where any part of the land to which the by-law applies is 
within 1 20 metres of any limit of a highway that is under the 
jurisdiction and control of the Ministry of Transportation, 
to the Head of the Corridor Control Section of the Ministry 
of Transportation; 

(o) to the Supervising Planner Land Use and Environmental 
Planning Department Design and Development Division- 
Transmission Ontario Hydro; 

(p) where the area to which the by-law applies is within or 
adjoins the area covered by the Niagara Escarpment Plan, 
to the senior planner of the district office of the Niagara 
Escarpment Commission having jurisdiction in the area to 
which the by-law applies; and 

(q) where any part of the land to which the by-law applies 
adjoins the 1000 Islands Parkway and is within the jurisdic- 
tion of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission under section 9 
of the 5/. Lawrence Parks Commission Act, to the St. Law- 
rence Parks Commission. O. Reg. 404/83, s. 2 (2); 
O. Reg. 535/84, s. 1 (1); O. Reg. 125/88, s. 1. 

(3) A written request given under clause (2) (a) shall show the 
person's or agency's address. O. Reg. 404/83, s. 2 (3). 

(4) Where notice is given under clause (2) (b) or (k), a copy of 
the by-law shall be attached to the notice in Form 1. O. Reg. 
535/84, s. 1 (2). 

Form 1 



notice of appeal setting out the objection to the by-law and the rea- 
sons in support of the objection. 

An explanation of the purpose and effect of the by-law, describing 
the lands to which the by-law applies, and a key map showing the 
location of the lands to which the by-laws applies (or, alternatively, 
an explanation as to why a key map is not provided) are attached. 
The complete by-law is available for inspection in my office during 
regular office hours. 

Dated at the of 



this. 



. day of . 



.,19., 



Clerk of the of 



O. Reg. 404/83, Form 1. 



REGULATION 921 
PLANNING BOARD FEES 

1.— (1) Where the Minister has delegated to a planning board any 
of the Minister's authority under the Act, the board may prescribe a 
tariff of fees to be charged on applications made in respect of plan- 
ning matters to the board, which tariff shall be designed to meet only 
the anticipated cost to the board in respect of the processing of each 
type of application provided for in the tariff. 

(2) Although a tariff of fees has been prescribed under subsection 
(I), the planning board may reduce the amount of, or waive the 
requirement for, the payment of a fee in respect of an application 
where the board is satisfied that it would be unreasonable to require 
payment in accordance with the tariff. 

(3) Where any person is required to pay a fee in respect of an 
application, subsections 69 (3) and (4) of the Act apply. O. Reg. 

481/83, s. 1. 



REGULATION 922 

RULES OF PROCEDURE-CONSENT 
APPLICATIONS 



Planning Act 

NOTICE OF THE PASSING OF A ZONING BY-LAW BY THE 

CORPORATION OF THE 

OF 

Take Notice that the Council of the 



(name of municipal corporation) 

passed By-law on the day of 

19 under section 34 of the Planning Act. 



And Take Notice that any person or agency may appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board in respect of the by-law by filing with the 

Clerk of the 

(name of the municipal corporation) 

not later than the day of , 19 a 



1. In this Regulation, 

"application" means an application in Form 1; 

"approval authority" means the municipal council that has the 
authority to grant a consent in respect of the land that is the sub- 
ject of the application, and includes a delegate of the municipal 
council; 

"official", where the approval authority is the council of the munici- 
pality, a committee of the council or an appointed officer, means 
the clerk of the municipality, and, where the approval authority is 
the land division committee or committee of adjustment, means 
the secretary-treasurer of the land division committee or commit- 
tee of adjustment. O. Reg. 406/83, s. 1. 

2.— (1) An applicant for a consent under section 53 of the Act 
shall submit to the official an application together with as many 
copies thereof as the official requires. 

(2) The application shall be signed by the owner of the land that 
is the subject of the application or the owner's agent or solicitor. 



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Reg./Règl. 922 



(3) Where the application is signed by the owner's agent or solici- 
tor, the owner's signed authorization to the agent or solicitor to sign 
the application on the owner's behalf shall be submitted with the 
application. O. Reg. 406/83, s. 2. 

3.— (1) The applicant shall attach to each copy of the application 
submitted a sketch containing the information listed in Note 2 of 
Form 1. 

(2) The approval authority may require that the sketch be a plan 
of survey signed by an Ontario Land Surveyor but otherwise a hand- 
drawn sketch, drawn to scale, is acceptable. O. Reg. 406/83, s. 3. 

4. The official shall note the date of receipt on each application, 
prefbt each application received with the letter "B" and number 
applications consecutively, commencing at "1" at the beginning of 
each calendar year, followed by an oblique stroke and the last two 
digits of the year. O. Reg. 406/83, s. 4. 

5. The official shall, at least fourteen days before the date that an 
application is to be considered by the approval authority, provide a 
copy of the application and a request for written comments to each of 
the following: 

1. Where the approval authority is the council of the county or 
of a regional, metropolitan or district municipality, or is a 
committee of the council or an officer or land division com- 
mittee appointed by the council, to the clerk of the local 
municipality in which the land that is the subject of the 
application is situated or to another officer of the local 
municipality who is designated by resolution of the council 
of the local municipality. 

2. Where the approval authority is the council of a local 
municipality to which the authority for the giving of con- 
sents has been delegated by the council of a county or of a 
regional, metropolitan or district municipality, or is a dele- 
gate of the council of the local municipality, to the clerk of 
the county or regional, metropolitan or district municipality 
that delegated the authority or to another officer who is 
designated by resolution of the council of the county or 
regional, metropolitan or district municipality, unless the 
clerk of the county or regional, metropolitan or district 
municipality has advised the official in writing that the 
municipality does not wish to receive copies of applications. 

3. Except where municipally owned and operated water and 
sanitary sewerage facilities are available to the land that is 
the subject of the application, to a director appointed in 
respect of Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act. 

4. Where the land that is the subject of the application abuts 
or has access to a provincial highway, to the regional direc- 
tor of the region of the Ministry of Transportation and to 
the district engineer of the district of that Ministry in which 
the land is situate. 

5. Where the land that is the subject of the application is 
within or adjoins the area covered by the Niagara Escarp- 
ment Plan, to the senior planner of the district office of the 
Niagara Escarpment Commission having jurisdiction in the 
area in which the land is situated. 

6. Where the land that is the subject of the application, 

i. abuts unpatented lands belonging to Her Majesty in 
right of Ontario, 

ii. is adjacent to or covered by water, 

iii. is designated in a hazard land category in an official 
plan, or 

iv. is designated in a mineral resource category in an 
official plan. 



to the District Manager of the district of the Ministry of 
Natural Recources in which the land is situated, unless the 
District Manager has advised the official in writing that he 
or she does not wish to receive copies of applications. 

7. Where the land that is the subject of the application is 
within an area that is under the jurisdiction of a conserva- 
tion authority, to its chief administrative officer, unless he 
or she has advised the official in writing that he or she does 
not wish to receive copies of applications. 

8. Where the land that is the subject of the application, 

i. is land designated in an agricultural or rural category 
in an official plan, or 

ii. is in any area where the soils are classified in Class 1, 
2, 3 or 4 of The Canada Land Inventory of soil capa- 
bility, 

to the Food Land Preservation Branch of the Ministry of 
Agriculture and Food, unless the Branch has advised the 
official in writing that the Branch does not wish to receive 
copies of applications. 

9. To the Director of the Plans Administration Branch of the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs having jurisdiction in the area 
in which the land that is the subject of the application is sit- 
uated, where the Director has advised the official in writing 
that he or she wishes to receive copies of applications. 

10. To any department, ministry or agency of the federal or 
provincial government, any other municipality and any 
other local board, commission or person that the approval 
authority determines should receive notice. O. Reg. 
406/83, s. 5; O. Reg. 715/86, ss. 1, 2. 

6. Every written notice of decision sent under the Act shall spec- 
ify the last date on which a notice of appeal to the Ontario Municipal 
Board may be filed. O. Reg. 406/83, s. 6. 

7.— (1) Where the approval authority, in granting a consent, has 
not stipulated that subsection 50 (3) or (5) of the Act shall apply to 
any subsequent conveyance of or transaction involving the same par- 
cel, the certificate required by subsection 53 (21) of the Act, 

(a) where it is affixed to a deed or other document relating to 
the transaction in respect of which the consent has been 
given, shall be a stamp in Form 2; and 

(b) where it is not affbced to the deed, shall be a certificate in 
Form 3. 

(2) Where the approval authority, in granting a consent, has sti- 
pulated that subsection 50 (3) or (5) of the Act shall apply to any 
subsequent conveyance of or transaction involving the same parcel, 
the certificate required by subsection 53 (21) of the Act, 

(a) where it is affixed to a deed or other document relating to 
the transaction in respect of which the consent has been 
given, shall be a stamp in Form 4; and 

(b) where it is not affixed to the deed, shall be a certificate in 
Form 5. O. Reg. 406/83, s. 7. 

8. The official or, where the office of the official is vacant or the 
official is unable to carry out his or her duties through illness or oth- 
erwise, another person authorized by the approval authority shall 
attend all meetings and shall keep, 

(a) all applications submitted and all correspondence addressed 
to the approval authority; 

(b) minutes of every meeting of the approval authority, includ- 



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ing full particulars of all written comments made with 
respect to each application; and 

(c) all other records of the approval authority. O. Reg. 
406/83, s. 8. 

9. Every application for a consent submitted under Regulation 
786 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 before the 1st day of 
August, 1983 shall be dealt with and finally disposed of under that 
regulation, but any certificate given in respect of a consent granted 
on such an application shall be given by the official of the approval 
authority having jurisdiction under the Act in the area in which the 
land that is the subject of the application is situated. O. Reg. 
406/83, s. 13. 



Received 
19.... 



Form 1 



Planning Act 
APPLICATION FOR CONSENT 

1. Name of approval authority 

2. Name of owner 

Telephone number 

Address 

Name of owner's solicitor or authorized agent 



Telephone number 

Address 

Please specify to whom all communications should be sent: 
Owner Solicitor Agent... 



3. (a) Type and purpose of proposed transaction: 
(check appropriate space). 

D Conveyance (specify— e.g. new lot, addition to a lot) 

n Other (specify— e.g. mortgage, lease, easement, right 

of way, correction of title) 



(b) Name of person(s) (purchaser, lessee, mortgagee, etc.) to 
whom land or interest in land is intended to be conveyed. 



leased or mortgaged 



(c) Relationship (if any) of person(s) named in (b) to owner 
(specify nature of relationship) 

4. Location of land: 

Municipality Concession No 

Lot(s) No Registered Plan No 



Lot(s) No Reference Plan No 

Part(s)No 

Geographic or Former Township 

Name of Street Street No. 



5. Description of land intended to be severed: 

Frontage Depth Area 

Existing Use Proposed Use 

Number and use of buildings and structures (both existing and 
proposed) on the land to be severed 

6. Description of land intended to be retained: 

Frontage Depth Area 

Existing Use Proposed Use 

Number and use of buildings and structures on the land to be 
retained 

7. Number of new lots (not including retained lots) proposed: 

8. Type of road access for proposed lot (specify) 

Type of road access for retained lot (specify) 

Is access by water to proposed lot? YES D NO D 
Is access by water to retained lot? YES D NO D 
If proposed access is by water, what boat docking and parking 
facilities are available on the mainland? (Specify) 



9. What type of water supply is proposed? (Check appropriate 
space) 



TYPE 



Municipally owned and operated 



PROPOSED RETAINED 



LOT 



LOT 



piped water supply 


D 


D 


Lake 


D 


D 


Well 


D 


D 


Other (Specify) 


D 


D 



10. What type of sewage disposal is proposed? (Check appropri- 
ate space) 



TYPE 

Municipally owned and 
sanitary sewers 


operated 


PROPOSED 
LOT 

D 


RETAINED 
LOT 

D 


Septic tank 




D 


D 


Pit privy 




D 


D 


Other (Specify) 




D 


D 



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11. When will water supply and sewage disposal services be 
available? 

12. (a) Has the owner previously severed any land from this 

holding? Yes D No D 

(b) If the answer to (a) is "Yes", please indicate the previous 
severances on the required sketch and supply the follow- 
ing information for each lot severed: 

Grantee's name 

Relationship (if any) to owner 

Use of parcel 

Date parcel created 

13. Has the parcel intended to be severed ever been, or is it now, 
the subject of an application for a plan of subdivision under 
section 51 of the Planning Act or its predecessors? 

Yes D No n 

14. Is the owner, solicitor or agent applying for additional con- 
sents on this holding simultaneously with this application, or 
considering applying for additional consents in the future? 

Yes D No D 

15. Is the owner, solicitor or agent applying for any minor vari- 
ance or permission to extend or enlarge under section 45 of 
the Planning Act in relation to any land that is the subject of 
this application? Yes D No D 



Dated at the of 

day of ,19., 



this. 



(signature of applicant, solicitor or authorized agent) 
I, , of the 



in the County/District/Regional Municipality of 



solemnly declare that all the statements 

contained in this application are true, and I make this solemn decla- 
ration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of 
the same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the 
Canada Evidence Act. 



(a) abutting land owned by the grantor, its 
boundaries and dimensions; 

(b) the distance between the grantor's land and 
the nearest township lot line or appropriate 
landmark (e.g., bridge, railway crossing, 
etc.); 

(c) the parcel of land that is the subject of the 
application, its boundaries and dimensions, 
the part of the parcel that is to be severed, the 
part that is to be retained and the location of 
all land previously severed; 

(d) the approximate location of all natural and 
artificial features on the subject land (e.g., 
buildings, railways, highways, watercourses, 
drainage ditches, banks, slopes, swamps, 
wooded areas, wells and septic tanks) and the 
location of any of these features on adjacent 
lands which may affect the application; 

(e) the use of adjoining land (e.g., residential, 
agricultural, cottage, commercial, etc.); 

(f) the location, width and names of all road 
allowances, rights of way, streets or highways 
within or abutting the property, indicating 
whether they are public travelled roads, pri- 
vate roads, rights of way or unopened road 
allowances; 

(g) the location and nature of any restrictive cov- 
enant or easement affecting the subject land. 

3. It is required that copies of this application 

be filed, together with the same number of copies of the 
sketch described in Note 2, with the responsible person, 

accompanied by a fee of $ in cash or by 

cheque made payable to 



O. Reg. 406/83, Form 1. 



Form 2 



Planning Act 



Declared before me at the 

of 

in the 

of 

this day of 



19. 



A Commissioner, etc. 

Notes: 1. If this application is signed by an agent or solicitor on 
behalf of an applicant, the owner's written authorization 
must accompany the application. If the applicant is a cor- 
poration acting without agent or solicitor, the application 
must be signed by an officer of the corporation and the 
corporation's seal (if any) must be affixed. 

2. Each copy of the application must be accompanied by a 
sketch showing. 



CERTIFICATE OF OFFICIAL 

Under subsection 53 (21) of the Planning Act, I certify that the 
consent of the 



of the 



(approval authority) 
of was given 



on , 19 to the transaction to which 

this instrument relates. 



Dated this day of . 



(Official) 

,19 

O. Reg. 406/83, Form 2. 



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Form 3 

Planning Act 

CERTIFICATE OF OFFICIAL 

Under subsection 53 (21) of the Planning Act, I certify that the 
consent of the 



(approval authority) 

of the of 

was given on , 19.. 

to a , 



(enter type of transaction above, i.e. 



conveyance, mortgage, etc.) 
of the following land (set out full description of land that is the sub- 



ject of the consent): 



(Official) 
Dated this day of , 19 

O. Reg. 406/83, Form 3. 

Form 4 

Planning Act 

CERTIFICATE OF OFFICIAL 

Under subsection 53 (21) of the Planning Act, I certify that the 
consent of the 

(approval authority) 

ofthe of was given 

on , 19 to the transaction to which 

this instrument relates. 



Subsection ofthe 

(50 (3) or (5), as the case may be) 
Planning Act applies to any subsequent conveyance of or transaction 
involving the parcel of land that is the subject of this consent. 



Dated this day of . 



(Official) 

19 

O. Reg. 406/83, Form 4. 



Forms 

PlanningAct 
CERTIFICATE OF OFFICIAL 
Under subsection 53 (21) of the Planning Act, I certify that the 
consent ofthe 

(approval authority) 

ofthe of was given 

on , 19 toa 



(enter type of transaction above, i.e. 



conveyance, mortgage, etc.) 
of the following land (set out full description of land that is the sub- 



ject ofthe consent): 



Subsection ofthe 

(50 (3) or (5), as the case may be) 
Planning Act applies to any subsequent conveyance of or transaction 
involving the parcel of land that is the subject of this consent. 



(Official) 



Dated this day of . 



,19.. 



O. Reg. 406/83, Form 5. 



REGULATION 923 

RULES OF PROCEDURE-MINOR VARIANCE 
APPLICATIONS 

1. In this Regulation, 

"application" means an application in Form 1; 

"committee" means the committee of adjustment having jurisdiction 
in the area in which the land that is the subject of the application is 
situated; 

"secretary-treasurer" means the secretary-treasurer of a committee. 
O. Reg. 447/83, s. 1. 

2.— (1) An applicant for a minor variance or permission under 
section 45 of the Act shall submit to the secretary-treasurer an appli- 
cation together with as many copies thereof as the secretary- 
treasurer requires. 

(2) The application shall be signed by the owner of the land that 
is the subject of the application or a person authorized by the owner 
to make the application. 

(3) Where the application is signed by a person authorized by the 
owner, the owner's signed authorization to the person to make the 
application on the owner's behalf shall be submitted with the 
application. O. Reg. 447/83, s. 2. 

3. The secretary-treasurer shall note the date of the receipt on 
each application, prefix each application with the letter "A" and 
number applications consecutively, commencing at "1" at the begin- 
ning of each calendar year, followed by an oblique stroke and the last 
two digits of the year. O. Reg. 447/83, s. 3. 



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4.— (1) The committee shall, at least ten days before the day of 
the hearing of an application, in such manner as it considers proper, 
give notice of the time and place of the hearing and a brief explana- 
tion of the nature of the application to, 

(a) the applicant; 

(b) each person shown in the application to be an encum- 
brancer of the land that is the subject of the application; 

(c) where the land that is the subject of the application is situ- 
ate in a municipality that forms part of a county or part of a 
district, metropolitan or regional municipality, the senior 
planning officer or, where there is no senior planning offi- 
cer, to the chief administrative officer or, where there is no 
chief administrative officer, to the clerk of the county, dis- 
trict, metropolitan or regional municipality, unless the 
senior planning officer, chief administrative officer or clerk, 
as the case may be, has notified the committee in writing 
that he or she does not wish to receive notice of applica- 
tions; 

(d) all assessed owners of land lying within sixty metres of the 
land that is the subject of the application except that, where 
a condominium development is located within sbcty metres 
of the land, notice may be given to the condominium corpo- 
ration, according to its most recent address for service or 
mailing address as registered under section 3 of the 
Condominium Act, instead of being given to all owners 
assessed in respect of the condominium development; and 

(e) any department, ministry or agency of the federal or pro- 
vincial government, any other municipality and any other 
local board, commission or person that the committee 
determines should receive notice. 

(2) Despite clause (1) (d), where a zoning by-law restricts the use 
of the land which is the subject of an application to single-family, 
semi-detached or duplex housing and the application is for a minor 
variance under subsection 45 (1) of the Act, the committee of adjust- 
ment may direct that the area of notification set out in that clause be 
reduced to thirty metres. O. Reg. 447/83, s. 4. 

5. Signed, written submissions that relate to an application shall 
be accepted by the secretary-treasurer before or during the hearing 
of the application and shall be available to any interested person for 
inspection at the hearing. O. Reg. 447/83, s. 5. 

6. Where a hearing is adjourned, 

(a) the committee shall, at the time of adjournment, fix a time 
and place for the further hearing of the application and the 
chair shall announce it to the persons present; or 

(b) the chair shall, before the adjournment, announce to the 
persons present that only those persons who leave their 
names and addresses in writing with the secretary-treasurer 
are entitled to notice of the time and place of the further 
hearing. O. Reg. 447/83, s. 6. 

7. The secretary-treasurer or, where the office of secretary- 
treasurer is vacant or the secretary-treasurer is unable to carry out 
his or her duties through illness or otherwise, another person autho- 
rized by the committee of adjustment, shall attend all meetings and 
hearings and shall keep, 

(a) all applications submitted and all correspondence addressed 
to the committee; 

(b) minutes of every meeting and hearing of the committee, 
including full particulars of all written comments made with 
respect to each application; and 

(c) all other records of the committee. O. Reg. 447/83, s. 7. 



Form 1 

Planning Act 

APPLICATION FOR MINOR VARIANCE OR FOR 
PERMISSION 

The undersigned hereby applies to the Committee of Adjustment 

for the 

(name of municipality) 
under section 45 of the Planning Act for relief, as described in this 

application, from By-Law No (as amended). 

1. Name of Owner 

Telephone Number 

2. Address 

3. Name of Agent (if any) 

Telephone Number 

4. Address 

Note: Unless otherwise requested, all communications will 
be sent to the agent, if any. 

5. Names and addresses of any mortgagees, holders of charges 
or other encumbrancers: 



6. Nature and extent of relief applied for: 



7. Why is it not possible to comply with the provisions of the by- 
law? 



8. Legal description of subject land (registered plan number and 
lot number or other legal description and, where applicable, 
street and street number): 

9. Dimensions of land affected: 

Frontage 

Depth 

Area 

Width of Street 

10. Particulars of all buildings and structures on or proposed for 



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the subject land (Specify ground floor area, gross floor area, 
number of storeys, width, length, height, etc.): 

Existing: 



19. Present Zoning By-Law provisions applying to the land: 



Proposed: 



20. Has the owner previously applied for relief in respect of the 
subject property? 

Yes No 

If the answer is yes, describe briefly: 



11. Location of all buildings and structures on or proposed for the 
subject land (Specify distance from side, rear and front lot 
lines): 



Existing: 



21. 



Is the subject property the subject of a current application for 
consent under section 53 of the Planning Actl 



Yes 



No 



Proposed: 



12. Date of acquisition of subject land: 



13. Date of construction of all buildings and structures on subject 
land: 



14. Existing uses of subject property: 



15. Existing uses of abutting properties: 



16. Length of time the existing uses of the subject property have 
continued: 



(signature of applicant or 
authorized agent) 



Dated at the of ... 

of 19. 



this. 



. day 



I, of the. 

of in the 



of solemnly declare that all the state- 
ments contained in this application are true and I make this solemn 
declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it 
is of the same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of 
the Canada Evidence Act. 



Declared before me at the 

of 

in the 

of 

this day of , 



19.. 



A Commissioner, etc. 



17. Municipal services available (check appropriate space or 
spaces): 



Notes: 1. It is required that copies of this application 

be filed with the secretary-treasurer of the Committee of 
Adjustment, together with the plan referred to in Note 2, 

accompanied by a fee of $ in cash or by cheque made 

payable to the Treasurer of the 



Water Connected , 

Sanitary Sewers Connected 

Storm Sewers 

18. Present Official Plan provisions applying to the land: 



(name of municipality) 

2. Each copy of this application must be accompanied by a 
plan showing the dimensions of the subject land and of all 
abutting land and showing the location, size and type of 
all buildings and structures on the subject and abutting 
land. The Committee of Adjustment may require that 
the plan be signed by an Ontario Land Surveyor. 

O. Reg. 447/83. Form 1. 



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Plant Diseases Act 
Loi sur les maladies des plantes 



REGULATION 924 
GENERAL 

Designation of Plant Diseases 

1. The diseases named in the Schedule are designated plant dis- 
eases within the meaning of the Act. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 1. 

Duties of Provincial Entomologist 

2. The Provincial Entomologist shall, 

(a) instruct inspectors in methods of controlling or eradicating 
plant diseases; 

(b) assist inspectors by supplying information in respect of 
plant diseases; 

(c) supervise the work of the inspectors; and 

(d) carry out the duties prescribed by the Act and this 
Regulation. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 2. 

Duties of Inspectors 

3. Inspectors shall, 

(a) carry out such duties as are assigned to them by the Direc- 
tor and the Provincial Entomologist under the Act and this 
Regulation; and 

(b) report on inspections with respect to the control or eradica- 
tion of plant diseases to the Director and the Provincial 
Entomologist. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 3. 

Licences 

4. — (1) An application for a licence to operate a nursery or an 
application for a licence as a dealer in nursery stock shall be made to 
the Director on a form provided by the Director. 

(2) A licence described in subsection (1) expires with the 31st day 
of December of the year for which the licence is issued. O. Reg. 
121/89, s. I, pan. 

Establishment of Plant Disease Con irol Areas 

5. — (1) One or more persons may petition the Director for the 
establishment of a plant disease control area for any designated plant 
disease and the petition shall include, 

(a) the defined limits of the area; 

(b) the name of the plant disease; 

(c) the names and addresses of all owners or occupiers of land 
within the area; and 

(d) the names and addresses of all persons petitioning. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 6(1). 

(2) A petition shall be on a form provided by the Director. 
O. Reg. 121/89, s. 2. 

(3) On receipt of a petition under subsection (1), the Director 
shall obtain a report from the Provincial Entomologist or an inspec- 
tor in respect of the establishment of the plant disease control area 
petitioned for. 



(4) The Director may by order establish the area petitioned for as 
a plant disease control area with such variations and for such period 
of time as the Director considers proper. 

(5) Where a plant disease control area has been established for a 
plant disease, every person owning or occupying land within the area 
shall carry out the provisions of the Act and this Regulation with 
respect to the control or eradication of the plant disease on the per- 
son's land. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 6 (3-5). 

Control or Eradication of Plant Diseases 
6.— (1) No person who operates a nursery shall, 

(a) take stock or permit stock to be taken for the purpose of 
propagation from any tree or shrub infected with a plant 
disease; or 

(b) use or permit to be used stock taken for the purpose of 
propagation from any tree or shrub infected with a plant 
disease. 

(2) No person who operates a nursery or is a dealer in nursery 
stock shall sell or permit to be sold nursery stock propagated from 
stock obtained for purposes of propagation from any tree or shrub 
infected with a plant disease. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 7. 

7.— (1) Every person licensed to operate a nursery or to be a 
dealer in nursery stock may attach to, 

(a) any plant; and 

(b) where more than one plant is packaged in a box or other 
container, the box or other container, 

a certificate as to the freedom from plant disease of the plant or 
plants, as the case may be. 

(2) Upon the report of an inspector, the Provincial Entomologist 
may issue the certificate to the licensee. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, 
s. 8(1,2). 

Apple Maggot 

8. Every person who is the owner or occupant of land on which 
there are apple trees or hawthorn trees in a plant disease control area 
for apple maggot, or in a municipality having a by-law designating 
maggot as a plant disease under section 12 of the Act, shall, 

(a) spray the trees during the apple growing season in a manner 
and with such materials as are prescribed by the Director 
and at such intervals of time, but at least twice during the 
season, as will ensure destruction of apple maggot; or 

(b) cut down and destroy before the 30th day of June all haw- 
thorn trees or apple trees growing on the land. R.R.O. 
1980, Reg. 788, s. 9. 

Bacterial Ring Rot 

9. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), where bacterial ring rot is found 
in potatoes, the owner or person in pos.session of the potatoes shall 
dispose of all potatoes on the premises in the manner set out in sub- 
sections (4) and (5), 

(a) where the bacterial ring rot is found on or before the 15th 
day of February, not later than the 15th day of March next 
following; and 



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(b) where the bacterial ring rot is found after the 15th day of 
February, within two weeks of the finding of bacterial ring 
rot or before the 15th day of March, whichever is the later. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to potatoes that are treated 
before the 15th day of February with maleic hydrazide and that after 
the treatment show no evidence of sprouting at any time. 

(3) Potatoes infected with bacterial ring rot may be disposed of 
for any purpose other than for seed. 

(4) Subject to subsection (5), where in disposing of potatoes 
infected with bacterial ring rot the potatoes are removed from the 
premises in bags or other containers, the bags or other containers 
shall be marked with the words "table potatoes". 

(5) Potatoes infected with bacterial ring rot that are in containers 
not marked with the words "table potatoes" shall be, 

(a) used for processing purposes; 

(b) fed to livestock; 

(c) removed from the premises for the purpose of processing, 
feeding to livestock or destruction; or 

(d) destroyed so that the premises can be disinfected. 

(6) The owner or person in possession of premises on which pota- 
toes infected with bacterial ring rot are found shall, after disposal of 
all potatoes, disinfect, 

(a) all warehouses, cellars, bins and other parts of the premises 
in which the potatoes were handled or stored; 

(b) all machinery, other equipment and tools that come into 
contact with the potatoes; 

(c) all parts of vehicles that were used in the transportation of 
potatoes and that came into contact with the potatoes; 

(d) all bags, crates and baskets used in handling or storing the 
potatoes; and 

(e) all potato planters and other equipment and tools used in 
the planting of the potato crop in which bacterial ring rot 
was found. 

(7) Except with the written permission of an inspector, disinfec- 
tion under subsection (6) shall be made before any potatoes are 
brought upon the premises. 

(8) Disinfection under subsection (6) shall be made, 

(a) in the case of warehouses, cellars, bins and other parts of 
premises, and crates and baskets, by spraying thoroughly all 
surfaces with copper sulphate solution prepared by dissolv- 
ing copper sulphate in water in the proportion of one pound 
of copper sulphate to ten gallons of water; 

(b) in the case of machinery, other equipment, tools and vehi- 
cles, by spraying thoroughly or drenching all exposed sur- 
faces thereof with a solution of formalin prepared by mixing 
formalin with water in the proportion of one pint of forma- 
lin to thirty gallons of water; and 

(c) in the case of bags, by soaking them for at least two hours in 
the solution prescribed in clause (b). 

(9) No person shall use or permit to be used machinery, other 
equipment, tools or vehicles that have been in contact with potatoes 
infected with bacterial ring rot unless the machinery, other equip- 
ment, tools or vehicles have been disinfected. 

(10) Every person owning or occupying premises where bacterial 
ring rot is found in potatoes shall, upon the request of an inspector. 



report the manner of disposal of all potatoes from the premises and, 
where the potatoes have been disposed of to other persons, the 
names and addresses of the persons. 

(11) No person shall exhibit potatoes infected with bacterial ring 
rot at any agricultural fair or exhibition. 

(12) No person shall store seed-potatoes in any part of a ware- 
house or other place of storage where potatoes infected with bacte- 
rial ring rot were stored unless that part of the warehouse or other 
place of storage is disinfected before the seed-potatoes are stored. 

(13) No dealer shall store seed-potatoes in any warehouse or 
other place of storage commonly used for potato storage unless the 
entire space to be used for storage of the seed-potatoes is disinfected 
before the seed-potatoes are stored or is used only for the storage of 
seed-potatoes. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 10. 

Black Knot 

10. Every person who is the owner or occupier of land on which 
there are trees or shrubs in a plant disease control area for black 
knot, or in a municipality having a by-law designating black knot as a 
plant disease under section 12 of the Act, shall, 

(a) in the case of infestation by black knot on the trunk of a 
tree, cut out the area of infestation; and 

(b) in the case of infestation by black knot on a shrub, or the 
limb of a tree, cut off the shrub or limb at least four inches 
below the area of infestation, 

and destroy all infested parts of the tree or shrub by burning. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 11. 

Fire Blight and San Jose Scale 

11. Every person who operates a nursery or is a dealer in nursery 
stock shall break down and destroy by burning all plants infected 
with fire blight or infested with San Jose scale on the person's 
premises. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 12. 

Little Peach, Peach Yellows, X-Disease 

12. Every person who is the owner or occupier of land on which 
there are peach trees shall cut down and destroy by burning all peach 
trees infested with little peach, peach yellows or X-disease of peach. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 788, s. 13. 

Schedule 



Item 


Common Name 


Scientific Name 


1 


Apple maggot 


Rhagoletis pomonella (Walsh) 


2 


Bacterial ring rot 


Corynebacterium sependonium 
(Spieck. & Kotth.) Skapt. & 
Burkh. 


3 


Black knot 


Dibotryon morbosum (Schw.) R. 
&S. 


4 


Fire blight 


Erwinia amylovorus (Burrill) 
Winslow et al. 


5 


Little peach 


Little peach virus 


6 


Peach yellows 


Peach yellows virus 


7 


X-disease of peach 


X-disease virus 


8 


San Jose scale 


Aspidiotus pemiciosus Comst. 


9 


Bulb and stem 
nematode 


Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn 1857) 
Filipjev, 1936 



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Loi sur les services policiers 



REGULATION 925 
ARBITRATION 

1. A copy of a decision of an arbitration board for filing in the 
Ontario Court (General Division), under subsection 124 (7) of the 
Act shall be in Form 1. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 789. s. 1, revised. 

Form 1 

Police Services Act 

In the matter of the decision of an arbitration board under sec- 
tion 124 of the Police Services Act. 

Between: 



-and- 



To: The Ontario Court (General Division) 



Complainant, 
Respondent. 



1, being the arbitration board 

(agreed upon by the parties) (appointed by the Solicitor Gen- 
eral) 

(strike out whichever is not applicable) 

hereby file a copy of my decision under subsection 124 (7) of the 
Act. 

The decision is filed by me 

on the request of 

(strike out if not applicable) 

1. Date and Place of Hearing: 

2. Appearances for Complainant: 

3. Appearances for Respondent: 

4. Date of Decision: 

5. Date of Delivery of Decision: 

6. Date provided in Decision for Compliance: 

The decision, exclusive of the reasons therefor, reads as fol- 
lows: 



Dated at this .. 

of ,19 

I certify this to be a true copy of my decision. 



.day 



Arbitration board 



R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 789, Form I, revised. 



REGULATION 926 
EQUIPMENT 

1. This Regulation applies to police forces established under the 
Act. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 1. 

2. In this Regulation, 

"board" means a board of commissioners of police; 

"chief of police" includes an acting chief of police; 

"committee of council" means a committee composed of the head or 
acting head of council and two other members thereof appointed 
by council; 

"firearm" means a firearm as defined in section 84 of the Criminal 
Code (Canada). R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 2. 

Firearm 

3.— (1) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), where the Commis- 
sioner or chief of police carries a firearm or authorizes any member 
of a police force under his or her control or administration to carry a 
firearm, the firearm issued and carried shall be a .38 special calibre 
all-steel double action revolver, with a minimum barrel length of 
four inches, a safety hammer block and a swingout cylinder, and hav- 
ing a minimum weight of thirty ounces and a single action trigger 
pressure of not less than three and not more than five pounds, but 
the Commissioner or chief of police may authorize any member of 
the force under his or her control or administration to carry a 
revolver of the same specifications except that the minimum weight 
shall be twenty-three ounces and the minimum barrel length shall be 
three inches. 

(2) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the ammunition supplied 
for and used in a firearm prescribed in subsection (1) shall be factory 
loaded and shall have a solid bullet of lead alloy of semi-wadcutter 
configuration with a muzzle velocity not exceeding 1,000 feet per sec- 
ond when fired in a revolver with a four-inch barrel. 

(3) The Commissioner or chief of police or any other constable or 
police officer designated for the purpose by the Commissioner or 
chief of police, may authorize a member of a police force under his 
or her control to carry, for a special purpose, a firearm of a type 
other than that prescribed in subsection (1). 

(4) Where on the 15th day of October, 1975 the members of a 
police force were carrying firearms of a type other than that pre- 
scribed by subsection (1), the Commission may, on such terms and 
conditions and for such period of time as it considers proper, autho- 
rize the continued carrying of such type of firearm. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 790, s. 3. 

4. Before a firearm is issued to a member of a police force, the 
Commissioner or chief of police, as the case may be, shall satisfy 
himself or herself that the member has received instruction and is 
competent in its use, and where there is no chief of police, the board 
or committee of council, as the case may be, shall so satisfy itself. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 4. 

5.— (1) A member of a police force shall carry his or her revolver 
in the holster issued to the member by the police force. 



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(2) The holster issued to a member of a police force shall be 
either, 

(a) of a type that is covered by a full flap; or 

(b) of a type that has been approved by the Commission for use 
by the members of the police force following an application 
by the board or, where there is no board, the committee of 
council. 

(3) Subsection (2) does not apply to a holster that is worn con- 
cealed under clothing. O. Reg. 816/82, s. 1. 

6.— (1) No member of a police force shall alter or modify a fire- 
arm issued to the member, except as permitted under subsection (2). 

(2) The Commissioner or chief of police or a member of the 
police force authorized by the Commissioner or chief of police may 
in writing permit an alteration or modification of a firearm issued to 
a member of the police force, except, 

(a) an alteration or modification that would interfere with the 
safe and proper use of the firearm or of the holster in which 
it is carried; or 

(b) the addition of a grip adapter, or of a trigger shoe or other 
device attached to the trigger. O. Reg. 364/84, s. 1. 

7. No member of a police force shall draw or display his or her 
revolver, except when it is necessary to do so in the performance of 
his or her duty. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 6. 

8. No member of a police force shall threaten or attempt to intim- 
idate any person by means of a firearm, except when necessary in the 
performance of the member's duty. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 7. 

9. No member of a police force shall draw a revolver except if the 
member believes, on reasonable and probable grounds, that to do so 
is necessary, 

(a) for the protection of the life of a person; or 

(b) for the apprehension or detention of a person who may 
cause death or grievous bodily harm to another person. 
O. Reg. 173/88, s. 1. 

10.— (1) No member of a police force shall discharge a firearm in 
the performance of duty except if the member believes, on reason- 
able and probable grounds, that to do so is necessary, 

(a) for the defence of the life of a person; 

(b) for the apprehension, when other means are insufficient, of 
a person who may cause death or grievous bodily harm to 
another person; 

(c) to destroy an animal that is potentially dangerous or so 
badly injured that humanity dictates that its suffering be 
ended; or 

(d) to give an alarm or call for assistance in a critical situation 
where there is no reasonable alternative. O. Reg. 173/88, 
s. 2. 

(2) Sections 3 to 9 and subsection (1) do not apply to a member 
of a police force when engaged in target practice or ordinary weapon 
maintenance in accordance with the regulations of the police force. 
R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 9 (2). 

11.— (1) Unless otherwise directed by the board or committee of 
council, as the case may be, the chief of police or a superior officer, a 
member of a police force who is accompanying and supervising an 
auxiliary member of the police force may issue a firearm to the auxil- 
iary member if the member believes, on reasonable and probable 



grounds, that they are entering into a situation in which it is neces- 
sary that the auxiliary member be armed, 

(a) for the defence of the life of a person; or 

(b) to assist in the apprehension, when other means are insuffi- 
cient, of a person who may cause death or grievous bodily 
harm to another person. 

(2) Sections 4 to 10, 12 and 13 apply to every auxiliary member to 
whom a firearm is issued under subsection (1). O. Reg. 173/88, 
s. 3. 

12. Where a member of a police force, other than the Commis- 
sioner or chief of police, unintentionally or intentionally, except on a 
target range or in the course of ordinary weapon maintenance, dis- 
charges his or her firearm, the Commissioner or chief of police, as 
the case may be, shall immediately cause an investigation to be made 
into the circumstances. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 10. 

13.— (1) Where a member of a police force, other than the Com- 
missioner or chief of police, by the discharge of a firearm in the per- 
formance of his or her duty, kills or injures another person, the Com- 
missioner or chief of police, as the case may be, shall immediately 
cause an investigation to be made into the circumstances. 

(2) The Commissioner shall submit a report of any investigation 
made under subsection (1) to the Commission and the chief of police 
shall submit a report on any investigation made to the board or, 
where there is no board, with the committee of council. 

(3) The Commission or the board or committee of council, on 
receiving a report of the Commissioner or the chief of police, as the 
case may be, under subsection (2) shall, as soon as practicable, 
review the report and make such further inquiries as it considers nec- 
essary or expedient. 

(4) The board or committee of council shall file with the Commis- 
sion any report submitted to it by the chief of police under subsection 
(2), together with a report of any additional inquiries undertaken. 

(5) Where the Commissioner discharges his or her firearm in the 
performance of his or her duty, the Commissioner shall forthwith 
report the matter to the Commission, who shall inquire into the cir- 
cumstances. 

(6) Where a chief of police discharges his or her firearm in the 
performance of his or her duty, the chief of police shall forthwith 
report the matter to the board or committee of council, as the case 
may be, and the board or committee shall inquire into the circum- 
stances and file a report of such inquiry with the Commission. 

(7) The Commission shall inform the Solicitor General of the 
contents of any report filed with it under subsection (2), (4), (5) or 
(6) and, on the Solicitor General's request, submit to him or her a 
copy of such report for whatever action he or she considers 
necessary. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 11. 

Gas and Chemical Weapons 

14.— (1) Subject to subsection (2), no member of a police force 
shall use any gas or chemical weapon. 

(2) The use of the substance commonly known as tear gas is per- 
mitted, provided it is not applied intentionally in concentrated form 
directly to the person. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 790, s. 12. 

Motor Vehicles 

IS. No member of a police force shall use a subcompact motor 
vehicle for the purpose of general police patrol. O. Reg. 336/81, 
s. 1. 



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REGULATION 927 

GENERAL- DISCIPLINE 

PARTI 
MUNICIPAL POLICE FORCES 

1. This Part applies to municipal police forces. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 791, s. 1, revised. 

2. In this Part, 

"chief of police" includes an acting chief of police; 

"code" means the code of offences set out in the Schedule; 

"committee of council" means a committee composed of the head or 
acting head of council and two other members thereof appointed 
by council; 

"council" includes the trustees of a police village; 

"presiding officer" means a chief of police, an acting chief of police, 
or an officer designated by the chief of police under section 69 of 
the Act . R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 791, s. 2, revised. 

DiSCIPUNE 

3. The code applies to every police force. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
791, s. 4. 

4.— (1) Where a police officer is charged with an offence against 
the code, the charge shall be in writing on a charge sheet and a true 
copy of the charge sheet shall be served, as soon as is practicable, 
upon the person charged, together with a statement of the allega- 
tions upon which the charge is founded. 

(2) The charge sheet shall be prepared in accordance with Form 1 
but may be varied to suit the case, and forms to the like effect shall 
be deemed to be good, valid and sufficient. 

(3) The charge sheet shall be signed by the chief of police, or an 
officer designated by the chief of police, and shall show the date 
upon which it is so signed. 

(4) All charges shall, where practicable, be included in one 
charge sheet, but where it is considered desirable the charges may be 
recorded in separate charge sheets. 

(5) Where there is more than one charge in a charge sheet, the 
charges shall be numbered. 

(6) A charge sheet shall be prepared for each person charged. 

(7) Persons charged with the same offence may be tried jointly, 
although they are charged on separate charge sheets. 

(8) Each charge in the charge sheet shall, 

(a) allege one offence only; and 

(b) be divided into two parts as follows: ' 

1. A statement of the offence with which the accused is 
charged. 

2. A statement of the particulars of the act, omission, 
conduct, disorder or neglect constituting the offence. 

(9) Every statement of the particulars of an offence in a charge 
sheet shall include sufficient details to enable the accused to deter- 
mine exactly the offence with which he or she is charged, so that the 
accused may prepare his or her defence and direct it to the occasion 
and events indicated in the charge. 



(10) A statement of the particulars of an offence shall, where 
practicable, include an allegation of the place, date and time of the 
alleged commission of the offence. 

(11) The charge shall specifically designate whether the offence is 
minor or major. 

(12) The charge sheet shall state the time and place that the per- 
son charged is to appear before the presiding officer, and such time 
shall be not sooner than seventy-two hours after the person charged 
has been served with a true copy of the charge sheet. R.R.O. 1980, 
Reg. 791. s. 5. 

5. Any police officer may lay a complaint before a chief of police 
or any officer designated by him or her under section 69 of the Act, 
alleging an offence in accordance with the code and the chief of 
police or designated officer shall consider the allegations in the com- 
plaint and, where he or she considers that the allegations so warrant, 
he or she shall sign the charge sheet. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 791, s. 6. 

6. Where a person charged appears before a presiding officer, the 
person shall first be asked whether he or she requires further time to 
consider his or her plea and, 

(a) where the person indicates that he or she does not require 
further time to consider the plea, the person shall then be 
asked whether he or she pleads guilty or not guilty to each 
offence contained in the charge sheet; or 

(b) where the person requests further time to consider the plea, 
a reasonable adjournment shall be granted and a new date 
set when the person shall appear before the presiding offi- 
cer, at which time he or she shall be asked whether he or 
she pleads guilty or not guilty to each offence contained in 
the charge sheet. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 791, s. 7. 

7.— (1) Where the presiding officer is not satisfied as to the guilt 
of the person charged, he or she shall direct that a plea of not guilty 
be entered. 

(2) The person charged may, at any time before the presiding 
officer renders the verdict, change his or her plea to that of guilty or 
not guilty, as the case may be. 

(3) The presiding officer may postpone the imposition of punish- 
ment fo